Busoga royal wedding Banquet yields 1 Billion shillings.

The organizing committee of the Busoga Royal Wedding last night raised UGX 1 billion from the Royal Banquet that was held at Kololo Independence Grounds.

The event was graced by several dignitaries, including Businessmen and women, politicians, government officials, celebrities, and Public figures.

While speaking at the event, Hon. Minister Kasule Lumuba, the head of communication and publicity on the organizing committee thanked all stakeholders and well-wishers who contributed towards the call.

"I want to thank everyone, private sector, and government organizations for supporting the Busoga Kingdom during this royal wedding preparations. I want to also thank media for championing in giving us millage, they've been our ears and the mouthpiece and we are so fretful"- Lumumba.

Representing the Kyabazinga, the Katukiro of Busoga, Dr. Joseph Muvawala assured the general public that the royal wedding celebrations are going to set history in  Busoga and the whole country at large.

"We are going to have more than Ten (10) receptions and we expect thousands of numbers and each reception except the main venue where we expect only 350 guests"-Muvawala said.

Related News: Nile Breweries boosts Kyabazinga wedding with shs450 million

The Busoga Royal wedding between the Kyabazinga of Busoga William Gabula Nadiope IV and the Inhebantu to be Jovia Mutesi has received a big boost from Nile Breweries of Uganda shillings 450 to help in the preparations of the long-awaited historical wedding.

Receiving the financial boost from the Nile Breweries at a function held at the Kingdom Headquarters, the Katukiiro of Busoga Dr. Joseph Muvawala says the contribution from Nile Breweries is a clear signal that big companies have trust in identifying with the Kingdom.

Handing over the support to the organizers of the event, the Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs at Uganda Breweries Emmanuel Njuki, said their contribution was based on the support they have been receiving from the people of Busoga since the establishment of their factory on the Nile in 1951.
Njuki said of the 450 million shillings, part of it will be cash, and other will be in the form of advertising in media of the royal wedding, in addition to providing free beer at all the 12 venues that have been organized.

To the Katukiro Dr. Joseph Muvawala, the contribution from Nile Breweries is a gesture that big companies have trust in the Busoga Kingdom.

He also asked other potential sponsors to support this historical wedding of the century.

The Chairperson of the committee on Media and Entertainment for the Busoga Royal wedding Justine Kasule Lumumba also used this platform to remind the Basoga and the friends of Busoga to continue supporting Busoga.

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