“BMK touched all of us, as Parliament, we agreed that we should not allow his name to die. We will pass a motion and name a street after BMK.”
Lukwago in response said the idea to name a road after BMK is a very good idea. However this is the work of Kampala City Council Authority and not Parliament.
“Renaming Wampeewo avenue after the fallen BMK is no doubt a brilliant idea, but the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Among ought to be reminded that Parliament shouldn’t be relegated to the level of a Kampala Capital City Authority Council.”
Some of the people who reacted online said this idea is great but renaming already named roads is not a friendly idea.
“There are so many unnamed streets, roads including in Wakiso where BMK was buried. Even in Kampala BMK must have impacted other streets beyond Wampewo. It’s so tiring to see streets that already have names being renamed when there are so many unnamed ones?” a one Dicta Asimwe said.
Bulaimu Muwanga Kibirige (BMK), passed on last week in Nairobi. He was battling cancer for four consecutive years.
He was a renowned businessman and proprietor of Hotel Africana. His death was a shock to so many Ugandans and it left pain in uncountable hearts.
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