Monday, April 1, 2013


Hello William, It's hard to believe it's been 7 weeks since Taata Kiwanuka passed away...and it's been a difficult recovery for the family. But what really made a difference are people like you...your involvement...the wonderful blogs...and care...during those difficult moments. Things were so hectic I didn't even get a chance to meet you and thank you in person...but I promise I will when I visit again. Have a good Easter weekend. Truly, James Kiwanuka James, Unfortunately, all the works I did have been deleted! It is so sad! I however wish you good life without your dear dad, but remain a united family. THEY INCLUDED: • gallant smack ob and elder basil paul kiwanuka - good governance ... • emmanuel cardinal wamala to receive basil kiwanuka's body at ... • cardinal wamala has conducted mass to welcome basil kiwanuka ... PHOTO IMPRESSION AT THE REQUIEM MASS FOR BASIL PAUL KIWANUKA God Bless you. William Kituuka Kiwanuka Above is a photograph of some of the cells on which I have wasted money only for an idiot to delete my blog! Some people think wrongly that they have a monopoly of ideas, that they are very knowledgeable, yet do foolish things. Much as there is politics on my blogs, for a country which wastes resources into useless things including, we are doing a lot to bridge the information gap. I have attended some functions which many people have not been able to, and the media of a blog has been so useful to get the information across, but then all of a sudden you get a fellow with poor and wrong judgment and he gets all the work deleted. I am sad that we have idiots of the nature. I have spent a lot of money buying cells to get photo images and all of them are no more! I am short of words, but to those who think that they are very great, there is time for everything. I am pained, but I have nothing to do. While some of the literature I had put on my blogs may be recoverable, the photos are completely gone. may be some few may be got from Ugandans at heart contacts from Facebook! It is sad, but that is the world in which we are.


In the early hours of Tuesday, 22nd January 2013, as Bruce Kuteesa Kikule drove from Kampala and was reaching where the road to Katale starts, a Water tank truck which was ahead of him abruptly reduced speed to branch to join Katale road, and Bruce given his speed entered the truck and he died on spot! Sitted 2nd left is the Late Kikule father of the Late Bruce I knew Bruce in the course of last year when he came back from Japan and was staying with his mother, Mrs Kikule. I feel attached to the Late Kikule's family given that Kikule was my godfather from my baptism. I therefore spare time and call on Mrs Kikule, more so that she gets health problems given her age. I took interest in Bruce when I learnt that he was an Old Boy of St. Mary's College Kisubi. Less than a week ago, I called to see Mrs Kikule and I found Bruce out behind the main house. We had some good time, and since it had got dark, we entered the main house. Bruce's last words to me were, "Let me go and put the car into the garage." Early Tuesday, I went to Entebbe to see a Doctor who is an Old Boy of SMACK. We had good time and the Doctor gave me a lift up to Kampala. Traffic was slow, and we realized that at Katambwa, there had been an accident. Little did I know that my OB and friend had perished there and then. It is sad, more so that Bruce has been handy to help take her mother to a health facility whenever the mother has found her health in bad shape. She sincerely needs your prayers. The Golf car in which Bruce died was just two weeks old! The site of the car at the Police post next to Roofings tells all the story. The occupants could not have survived. We need to pray for the relatives of Bruce, more so that the burial had to be done quickly yet many are out of the country. "Bruce Kuteesa Kikule weeraba" =========================================================================== William Kituuka Kiwanuka