Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) is today meeting to table a motion to rename a road in Kampala after the late BMK.
KCCA’s executive secretary in-charge of works and physical planning Hakim Kiiza Saula, says that renaming a road after the late BMK would be the best way to honour him. The business man passed on last week leaving a huge business empire across East Africa.
“We are proud of his (BMK) legacy because his businesses are still making a big contribution towards the development of the city and has been supporting very many vulnerable people. Therefore, renaming him after one of the city roads is to keep his legacy on,” Hakim Kiiza said.
However, the road to bear the deceased’s name is yet to be confirmed. The request though, was made by the deputy speaker, Anita Among on Sunday saying he deserves to always be remembered.
She had suggested to take this motion to Parliament but Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago said renaming and naming roads is the work of KCCA and not Parliament.
“…but the Deputy Speaker of Parliament ought to be reminded that Parliament shouldn’t be relegated to the level of KCCA’s council”
Bulaimu Muwanga Kibirige (BMK), has been overly praised for his generosity and uniquely good heart. Due to this,so many people were hurt by his death especially because he is irreplaceable in their hearts.
This is the reason as to why they want to keep his name alive by naming a road after him so that even those in the future will know who this man really was.
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