Thursday, August 22, 2019
Tooro Kingdom In Preparation For 24th Coronation Anniversary

As Tooro kingdom prepares to commemorate the 24th coronation anniversary of Oyo Nyinmba Kabamba Iguru, the Tooro kingdom chiefs are working around the clock.

Joan Kantu Else the kingdom tourism minister leading the team, she expounded on the arrangements in stock to have a colour day.

Kantu pointed out that they are aiming to see the Tooro kingdom develop like the Buganda kingdom since they a lot of tourist attractions that they intend to digitize.

She went further to reveal the plans to raise the funds to organize the coronation anniversary since they need over Shs300 million.

In the same, she commended slat media for the free offer to broadcast the coronation anniversary ceremony.

 On the same occasion, the officials from the Uganda tourism board pledged to work together with the Tooro kingdom to boost the tourism attractions because this will enhance the national economy.

 Likewise, the Tooro chiefs invited all the well-wishers to attend the 24th coronation anniversary ceremony of the Omukama of Tooro kingdom on 12- September, Omukama sat on the throne on 12-September-1995.



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