Kasese, Uganda | THE BLACK EXAMINER | The subjects of Rwenzururu Kingdom in South Sudan have contributed one million shillings primarily to support the acquisition of the KEEP Resort hotel, a key revenue source for the cultural institution, according to information received by this publication.
Speaking to the press at Shilo Hotel Gardens in Kasese Municipality, Mr. Joseph Thembo Kasambire, the representative of the Bayira Association in South Sudan, stated that the funds were gathered predominantly by local business vendors and casual laborers. Their aim is to enhance the Kingdom’s resource mobilization efforts, which they see as integral to preserving their cultural identity.
Mr. Godfrey Kiwede, an administrator involved in the King’s home project, explained that following the successful completion of the 57th Coronation Anniversary for the King on October 19th, the next and final undertaking is the acquisition of the hotel. This project requires over four billion shillings.
He urged Rwenzururu Kingdom subjects to leverage their positions and influence to advocate for the Kingdom’s development.
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