April 25, 2019
Owek. Christopher Bwanika (middle), owek Mariam Mayanja, owek Kawuki Joseph in a group photo with the Sub County chiefs at Muganzirwazza
The sub county chiefs from all the sub counties of Buganda have today met at Muganzirwazza to improvise ways of how they can improve in their service delivery in order to take Buganda at the helm.
The annual meeting is intended to interact and sharing ideas with the chiefs in order to acquire a general approach of how to implement the Kingdom’s activities.
Buganda Kingdom’s minister for Local Government, who doubles as the attorney, while addressing the chiefs, said that it is the initiative of the Kabaka’s chiefs to protect the Kingship through mobilizing the subjects to rally behind the Kingdom’s projects which are meant to change the lives of the people of Buganda.
Sub County chiefs paying attention to what is being told by the Ministers.
Mr Bwanika warned those who are disrespectful to His Majesty that they will be sued if they don’t stop the habit immediately. “We are going to empower our legal team to ably deal with such characters”, he said.
The state minister for Local government, Joseph Kawuki called on the sub county chiefs to take a responsibility of informing the people of Buganda of the different projects the Kingdom is running so that they can benefit from them.
The Minister for lands and environment, Mariam Mayanja Nkalubo, urged the Kabaka’s chiefs to always follow the protocol while delivering their services. “It is better to follow step by step than rushing to the top boss before consulting the County or an immediate boss.