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 JUNE 17, 2017

Kabaka awards St. John Paul Mugwanya from Masaka, winners of the cultural dance 'Amagunjju' in primary category.

Above: Kabaka hands over a shield and a dummy cheque to St. Lawrence SSS Ssonde, winners of the secondary school category.

Katikkiro crowning Lubiri High School, third placed in Secondary schools category.

Ssaabasajja Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II commissions a new science laboratory at Beatrice SSS Kyankwanzi.

Kabaka cuts a cake to serve His subjects who turned up at a function at Beatrice SSS Kyankwanzi.

Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II in a group photo with His chiefs of Ssingo County.

Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II used the ocassion to direct Buganda Land Board (BLB) to sensitize the public about the recently introduced compulsory land registration and acquisition of leases by tenants on kingdom land commonly known as Kyapa mu ngalo(a title in your hands').

"We need to put more effort in sensitizing our people on why we came up with that new land registration arrangement (Kyapa mu ngalo) so that they make the right decision," the Kabaka said.

He made the remarks while addressing his subjects at St. Beatrice SS, Kyankwanzi District during his two -day visit in Ssingo County on Saturday (June 17, 2017).

"BLB should spearhead this (massive sensitization) and ensure that our people understand the importance of this programme," he added.

During his tour, the Kabaka also closed a health camp where he urgued men to take lead in the fight against HIV/Aids and also encouraged mothers to breastfeed their new born babies for at least two years to guarantee their good health