Minister of Finance (General Duties), Henry Musasizi, has urged the residents of Rubanda District to embrace unity and foster a sense of humanity to leave behind enduring legacies.
Addressing attendees at the requiem mass for the late Juliana Bangana, a resident of Bukombe Cell in Kakore Parish, Hamurwa Sub County on Sunday, Minister Musasizi emphasized the significance of making a positive impact through hard work and compassionate actions.
Reflecting on Juliana Bangana’s exemplary character, Minister Musasizi praised her as a model of reliability, particularly in the realm of politics. He recalled the pivotal support the Bangana family provided for his political aspirations back in 2009, acknowledging their influential contribution to his career.
Minister Musasizi commended Juliana Bangana’s dedication to discretion, her diligent work ethic, and her unwavering commitment to education and Christianity throughout her life.
Rubanda District LC5 Chairman, Stephen Ampeire Kasyaba, echoed Minister Musasizi’s sentiments, emphasizing the importance of nurturing harmonious relationships within the community. He highlighted the late Juliana Bangana’s earned respect and her lasting legacy as evidence of the strength of communal unity.
The requiem mass, led by Rev Fr Christmas Austin, Parish Priest of Rushoroza Cathedral, provided an opportunity for contemplation on societal values. Rev Fr Deus Maniragaba, Parish Priest of Kakora Catholic Parish, in his sermon, condemned the rise of immorality among the youth and urged parents to instill Christian virtues and a sense of responsibility in their children.
Juliana Bangana, who passed away at the age of 86 on Friday, is survived by eight children, forty grandchildren, and eighteen great-grandchildren.