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UGANDA:  “Am ready to go if God calls me” Gen Biraaro spoke to Bobi Wine when sick.

UGANDA: “Am ready to go if God calls me” Gen Biraaro spoke to Bobi Wine when sick.

AFRICA, UGANDA
Kyandondo East Legislator and People Power pressure group head Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has claimed that he had an ‘inspirational’ talk with the late Maj Gen Benon Buta Biraaro on his death bed weeks back. Bobi Wine in a very long eulogy posted on his official Facebook page labeled the deceased Biraaro, as a corruption and scandal-free person with a high level of integrity and honesty. The singer cum politician said he was saddened beyond measure about the passing of this gallant son of Uganda who was his friend and motivator. “He (Biraaro) was impressed that I was trying to work hard and encouraged me to work even harder. He despised corruption and the corrupt. He believed that true wealth should come from sweat and not cutting corners or making corr...
UGANDA: “Biraaro was a man of integrity”- Miria Matembe mourns.

UGANDA: “Biraaro was a man of integrity”- Miria Matembe mourns.

AFRICA, UGANDA
The Former ethics minister, Miria Matembe has mourned the death of the former presidential candidate retired Maj. Gen. Benon Biraaro who has died. Doctors have confirmed that Maj. Gen. Biraaro who died at Kampala hospital succumbed to colon cancer. Speaking to KFM, Matembe says that Biraaro was a man of integrity and never involved himself in battles like other politicians. She says that during the presidential debate for the 2016 presidential elections, he presented the best ideas compared to the other candidates and he could make a good leader. She asked Ugandans to emulate his characters and his way of handling things.
BREAKING NEWS:Maj Gen Benon Biraaro dies at 62.

BREAKING NEWS:Maj Gen Benon Biraaro dies at 62.

AFRICA, UGANDA
Born on March 1, 1958, Biraaro joined the National Resistance Army bush war in 1982 straight out of Makerere University and by 1984, he had risen to the High Command and National Resistance Council and by 1986, he was the deputy to President Museveni’s Principal Private Secretary. He was then posted to Kitgum as the special district administrator until 1987 before being sent to Kyankwanzi where he served as deputy commandant of the National Leadership Institute. Biraaro served as the commanding officer of the 97th battalion in Eastern Uganda which helped end the insurgency in Teso sub-region. He later served as the commander of the military police, appointed the representative of the office of the Inspector General of Government, served as a member of the Adhoc committee...
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