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The retired Bishop for Mbale Diocese of the Anglican Church Samuel Wabulakha has asked the Bamasaba to use Culture,

Unity, Language, education and Bugisu Cooperative society as the five pillars of development, prosperity and peace building in Bugisu Land if they are to succeed.

Wabulakha revealed that it’s a high time the Bamasaba gave respect to their cultural institution commonly known as Inzu Yabamasaba as the main source of unity in the land and promotion of culture including the preservation and strengthening of Lumasaba as a language that can bring them together.

He said that most of the Bamasaba spend time fighting each other than helping one another adding that Omukuuka Sir. Bob Mushikori can be used to bring all the Bamsaba together and end conflicts in the area.

This comes just a few days after Omukuuka Sir Bob Mushikori announced plans to start a tour across Bugisu Land and across the Border to Kenya where Majority of the Bamasaba are in a move to help identify and find solutions to the challenges hindering development.

Mushikori is also interested in finding a long solution to how the Bamasaba can plant and preserve food products to help the Region fight hunger and search related calamities now affecting the Country due to poor weather and prolonged dry seasons.

Bishop Wabulakha said that it’s a high time the Bamasaba also realized the role of Bugisu Cooperative society in saving Bugisu Land in search calamities than emphasizing on coffee farming alone.

He says that Bugisu Cooperative Union must also focus on food crop plantation and its reservation as well since the Bamasaba would not be suffering from hunger today if they had reserved food for sale in the dry or drought season we are currently facing.


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