October 8, 2017
The Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, on Saturday toured Kyaddondo county during Bulungibwansi celebrations as Buganda celebrate it's independence.
Kabaka Mutebi launching the Bulungibwansi initiative while at Lufula,portbell road where he started His tour from.
Kabaka planting a tree at Lufula as a symbol of protecting the environment.
Ssaabasajja Kabaka waving to His subjects at St. Balikuddembe market during his tour. Ululations welcomed the Kabaka from all corners of the market.
Ssaabasajja Kabaka arrived at Lufula abattoir port bell road at noon where he was welcomed by Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga among other delegation including the lord mayor Erias Lukwago.
He launched the Bulungibwansi year 2017/2018, planted a tree and later addressed the gathering. He thanked the traders of lufula for their Ettoffaali contribution that was crucial in supporting the Kingdom activities.
From Lufula, Ssaabasajja visited Kisaasi primary school where he was shown how the biogas toilet works and how waste products are recycled to get the biogas materials.
Here, His Majesty planted a tree and signed in the book of visitors.
The kabaka further proceeded to Kyanja Agricultural resource center, a demonstration farm owned by Kampala Capital City Authority.
Other places he visited include; Njovu Junior School Nansana, Mr and Mrs Lubowa, Mrs Faith Kaggwa of amaka amalungi (features of a complete house hold), then to St. Balikuddembe (Owino) market where he was welcomed amid ululations and cheers from the crowd mostly comprised of traders.
In his speech to the Owino traders, the Kabaka urged them to carry on the Bulungibwansi initiative as one of the measures of getting rid of diseases that are as a result of poor sanitation and poor.
At the climax of the celebrations held at Old Kampala senior secondary school, Ssaabasajja Kabaka said that, the fore fathers of Buganda made a strong foundation for this nation as they saw it important for people to come together for a noble cause of generating good health habits among the society especially the elders. It’s on this background that Buganda of today is still leaning on in its efforts of encouraging the public to carry out community service so that they can solve some simple problems by their own.