KAMPALA – President Museveni on Sunday sent a special envoy to Omukama Ruhanga Owobusobozi Bisakka in Kapyemi.
Maj. Katabazi Imme the Deputy Director General ISO paid a courtesy visit last evening
Maj Katabazi who had special message from the president asked Owobusobozi Bisakka to canvas votes for NRM and all flag Bearers
Owobusobozi Bisakka in a happy and welcoming mood promised to support NRM
Maj katabazi was flanked by Hon Twesige Stephen Rulekere Amooti the NRM Flag Bearer for buyaga East and Hon Ndibwami B Yosia and others.
Bisaka was born on 11 June 1930 in the Kitoma Kiboizi village, in Buyanja county, Kibaale district in Western Uganda. His parents were Petero Byombi and Agnes Kabaoora. Both of them were staunch members of the local Catholic parish of Bujuni (Bisaka 1987). According to Bisaka, he spent little time with his parents, as he lived and grew up with his grandparents from the age of eight years.
His father was a Catholic catechist, as was his grandfather, Alifonsio Wenkere, who was a pioneer convert at Bujuni Catholic parish. His grandmother, Martha Nyakaka, was also a Catholic convert and a captive in the palace of Mengo, where she witnessed to the martyrdom of Charles Lwanga and 21 other Ugandan martyrs in the 19th century (Ateenyi 2000:67-68). While his grandfather was occupied with church activities at the local parish, young Bisaka was tutored in Catholic teachings and doctrines by his grandmother, whose spiritual life formed a backbone and religio-moral compass for her grandson.