Bufumbira East MP Extols Rtd.Gen. Kayihura’s Impact on Kisoro’s Developmental Horizon

KISORO – The Bufumbira East Legislator, Hon. Dr. James Nsaba Buturo has warmly embraced the presence of the former Inspector General of Police (IGP), Rtd Gen. Kale Kayihura, in Kisoro, expressing confidence that Kayihura’s freedom and stay in the region would significantly elevate Kisoro’s developmental prospects.

Speaking at the homecoming party for Retired Gen. Kale Kayihura last Saturday, Dr. Buturo highlighted Kayihura’s importance as a valuable asset to Kisoro, emphasizing his esteemed role as a former officer of the UPDF.

Dr. Buturo believes that Kayihura’s presence in Kisoro will not only enhance the region’s development but also expedite the realization of presidential pledges for the people of Kisoro.

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Dr. Buturo underscored the collaborative efforts between Kayihura and other local leaders, expressing optimism that this partnership would facilitate the implementation of government-initiated projects, particularly in the areas of tourism infrastructure and the transformation of Nyakabande airstrip into an international airport.

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Highlighting Gen. Kayihura’s widespread popularity, Dr. Buturo acknowledged it as a substantial driving force behind Kisoro’s growth. He credited Kayihura’s effective lobbying skills, honed during his tenure as a police boss, for the positive impact on the region’s development.

Simultaneously, Dr. Buturo assured General Kayihura and the gathering that the establishment of the John Kale Institute of Science and Technology (JKIST) is imminent, with all necessary documentation submitted to the relevant ministries.

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In conclusion, Hon. Dr. James Nsaba Buturo remains optimistic that Gen. Kale Kayihura’s presence in Kisoro will not only be a catalyst for growth but will also contribute significantly to the fulfillment of developmental goals in the region.

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