Maria Lubega Mutagamba, who served as Uganda’s Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities from 2013 to 2016, has died aged 64.
Mutagamba reportedly succumbed to liver cancer at Case Hospital, Kampala on Saturday June, 24 2017.
She had also served as Water and Environment Minister before.
Monday June 26
10am to 3pm Mass at Rubaga Cathedral led by the Archbishop of Kampala and thereafter body viewing at the late Minister’s home followed by a night vigil
Tuesday June 27
Parliament Day beginning at 10am with Members of Parliament and Ministers paying their respect.
Thereafter travel to Rakai followed by a night vigil at Gamba Village Kakuuto
Wednesday June 28
Burial ceremony by the Bishop of Masaka
Hon. Mutagamba will be remembered for her contribution to sinking valley tanks and dams in karamoja while still Min of water. #RIPMutagamba
— Solomon Serwanjja (@SolomonSerwanjj) June 25, 2017
— Rosa Malango (@RMalango2015) June 25, 2017
— Nabunnya M. Jane (@NabunnyaJane) June 25, 2017
— Mable Twegumye Zake (@MableTwegumye) June 24, 2017
— NBS Television (@nbstv) June 24, 2017
— New Vision UGANDA (@newvisionwire) June 24, 2017
— Maurice Mugisha (@MauriceMugisha) June 24, 2017
May God rest The soul of Hon Mutagamba rest in peace. Commited to the growth of Tourism in Uganda.
— Hon. Phyllis Kandie (@Kandie_Phyllis) June 25, 2017