Buganda land board appoints Simon Kaboggoza as new boss

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The Kabaka of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has selected Simon Kaboggoza as the new CEO of the Buganda Land Board. In addition, an organization that oversees as the realm land.

Mr Kaboggoza replaces David Kyewalabye Male who in February a year ago was designated as Minister in Charge of Culture. Also, Security, and Tourism.

Addressing correspondents at Bulange Mengo, the seat of the Kingdom, the Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga said: There was have to leave Kyewalabye as the CEO to take into account a smooth change as they looked for a substitution.

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“The administration of the Buganda Land Board chose Kaboggoza as the most appropriate contender to supplant Kyewalabye Male. I likewise introduced his certifications to the Kabaka. He was satisfied with them and henceforth delegated him as the CEO,” Mr Mayiga said.

Buganda Land Board was made in 1993 following the royal celebration of Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II. In addition, as the 36th Kabaka of Buganda. It was then known as the Ebyaffe Board, drove by previous Masaka region MP John Kawanga. He was later to be supplanted with the late James Mulwana, Levi Zzimbe and Marin Kasekende.

The organization manages the Kabaka’s 360 square mile land. This land houses Bulange and Masengere buildings, the region and sub-area land. In addition the authority Katikkiro, Muwanika, Mulamuzi, and Namasole land among others. Kyewalabye Male has been in charge of the organization for just about 12-years having expected the workplace in 2008.

” Buganda Land Board I believe is probably the best chief of land in Uganda. We express gratitude toward Owek. Kyewalabye for his support of the realm. We expect Kaboggoza to do likewise after all he’s not new in the association,” Mayiga said. Kaboggoza has been at BLB for multi-year where he has been delegating Kyewalabye.

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