The Executive Director for Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), Dr Dorothy Kisaka has Wednesday morning visited the NRM (ruling party) National Secretariat to condole with its leadership for the loss of their CEC member and former Speaker of Parliament Rt Hon. Jacob. Oulanyah.

The former Speaker died on Sunday March 20, 2022 in Seattle, U.S where he was receiving treatment. His candle burned out just three days to his 57th birthday.

Oulanyah has been a member of NRM CEC, the party’s topmost decision making body, as Vice Chairperson Northern Uganda.

KCCA ED Dr Dorothy Kisaka at the NRM National Secretariat on Wednesday.

She was received at the party headquarters by the Secretary General Richard Awany Todwong before proceeding for a brief meeting attended by his deputy Namayanja Rose Nsereko and the director for Communication, Emmanuel Lumala Dombo.

Hon Dr Richard Twodong receiving KCCA ED Dorothy Kisaka at the NRM National Secretariat on Wednesday.

Addressing the media shortly after signing the condolence book, Dr Kisaka said: “Oulanyah’s wise counsel and guidance will highly be missed by Parliament and the country at large”.

KCCA ED Dr Dorothy Kisaka pays tribute to fallen Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah by signing in the condolence book at NRM National Secretariat on Wednesday.

She further described the late Speaker as a good lawyer who cared to protect the rights of every citizen irrespective of the status.

“It is unfortunate that our law profession has lost an icon who greatly contributed to its growth. We are now left to praise his works and glorify God for rendering him the energy and vision to deliver while still alive,” she added.

KCCA ED Dr Dorothy Kisaka holding a meeting with NRM Deputy Secretary General, Hon Rose Namayanja Nsereko.

She also praised the late Oulanyah for his courage and selfless service to the people of Uganda and the NRM party in particular. The deceased was a CEC member representing the northern region.

Earlier before her arrival, H.E Vladen Semivolos, the Russian Ambassador to Uganda held talks with the Secretary General and later signed the condolence book.

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