The former prime minister of Uganda, Prof. Apollo Nsibambi has reportedly died on Tuesday at his home in Rubaga Division.
Newslex Point hasn’t yet established the details regarding the cause of his death
The 78 year old former PM, a father of four daughters and five grandchildren served as the chancellor of Makerere University from 2003 until 2007 October.
Eyaliko ssabaminisita wa Uganda, omukenkufu, Apollo Nsibambi afudde. Nsibambi yaweereza Uganda mu biti ebyenjawulo era yagenda okuwummula nga aweerezza nga ssabaminisita wa Uganda okuva mu mwaka gwa 1999 okutuukira ddala mu 2011. #NBSAmasengejje #NBSUpdates pic.twitter.com/UFVFFYV6Dq
— NBS Television (@nbstv) May 28, 2019
Apollo Nsibambi was Uganda’s longest serving prime minister, a post he held from 5th April 1999 to 24th May 2011 and he was succeeded by Amama Mbabazi.
I have learnt of the untimely passing of the former Prime Minister, Prof Apolo Nsibambi. He was a true patriot and great academic. The country will miss him. I have instructed Prime Minister @RuhakanaR to lead a team that will ensure we give Prof Nsibambi a befitting send-off.
— Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) May 28, 2019
Some leaders including Museveni sent their heartfelt messages towards the death of Nsibambi.
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