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Mike Mukula

National Vice Chairperson Eastern Region


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Background Information

Employment History

Urban Legend Kampala


Pan-African Movement

Minister for Health

Eastern Uganda

State Minister

AIDS Education Global Information System

State Minister for Health, Captain





Return Museveni


Soroti Meat Packers

Party's National Vice Chairman for Eastern Region and MP

Forum for Democratic Change

Organising Secretary

Uganda People's Army


Iteso Straight Talk magazine


Akright Motor Sport Africa Club



Masters of Business Administration degree

Nkumba University

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Among the people who were in attendance were some of the nominated artistes and other celebrities like Malaika Nnyanzi, Brian Mulondo, Douglas Lwanga, MC Kats, A Pass, Ellah, Kabz Halloha, Abryanz, Bettina Nassali, NRM's captain Mike Mukula,Calvin Da Entertainer, fashion designer Joram Muzira, Sheilah Gashumba, St Nelly Sade, Willy Mukabya among very many others.
NRM's captain Mike Mukula and Radio Sanyu's Crystal Newman were some of the invited guests to hand over one of the awards to the winners

The suspension of police operation was first revealed by the NRM vice chairperson for Eastern Uganda Capt. Mike Mukula during the prayers organized by the district Interreligious council over the weekend.
Mukula was sent in the region by government as a peace broker following post-election violence that left over 40 people dead including civilians, police and army. Two weeks ago, Police Flying Squad clashed with King Mumbere's royal guards in Kasese town as they pursued a suspect they believed to have snatched a gun from a policeman after killing him. Since then King Mumbere asked the Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura to withdraw the force which he said was terrorizing his people in the area by shooting from a market area during day time and with plain clothes. Mukula who was the chief celebrant at the Inter-religious Prayers organized to pray for peace in the Rwenzori region on Saturday said, "I want to assure you that problems of Rwenzori cannot be solved by use of guns now but need a political solution. Our problem right now is not political parties but rather peace in our region. We can reconcile our problems if you leaders reconciled". He however warned people to desist from tribal and ethnic differences if they are to develop saying that the issue of tribalism have crossed Africa giving an example of genocide in Rwanda in 1994. Mukula said that the people of Rwenzori region have lost business and will continue losing it after tourists that would boost business have canceled their trips to both Queen Elizabeth and Rwenzori mountains national park respectively. Mukula added that issues of the Kasese are centered on land, health services and education and marginalization of minority groups among other reasons. Mr Thembo Kitsumbire, the Rwenzururu kingdom prime minister who represented King Mumbere at the function asked Mr Mukula to tell the president that use of guns will never bring peace in Kasese and Rwenzori sub-region.

This was revealed by Mr Mike Mukula, the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Vice chairperson Eastern region.
Mr Mukula while addressing a press conference on Wednesday in Kampala said, both Bamba cultural leader, Lt Col Martin Ayongi Kamya and King Charles Wesley Mumbere of Rwenzururu want to meet president Museveni. He is the Fountain of honour and he will do that," said Mukula. Mr Mike Mukula, the NRM vice chairperson Eastern region told the media on Wednesday in Kampala that both Bamba cultural leader and Rwenzururu king want to meet president Museveni. According to Mr Mukula, all efforts are being pursued to see that there is total peace in the region. "I'm working closely with the office of the president, Prime Minster, the Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to see that permanent peace is established in the region," he added. He further noted that Rwenzori region has to be under police watch all the time because if left, the clashes that have left more than 40 people dead in just one month could escalate. "This reminds me of the situation in Rwanda between the Hutu and Tustsi. It also reminds me of the S. Sudan conflict between the Nuar and the Dinka. Had it not been the wise intervention of General Yoweri Museveni, the effect could have been worse," he added.

Mr Mumbere said this after a meeting with Mr Mike Mukula, the NRM vice chairperson for eastern, who sources said was in the region on a peace and reconciliation mission.
The two leaders held a two-hour closed-door meeting at the king's palace, before Mr Mukula flew in a private helicopter to Bundibugyo District.

Rwenzururu king Mumbere (left) in a handshake with Capt. Mukula after their closed meeting at Mumbere's palace on Saturday. (Credit: Joel Kaguta)
The cultural leader on Saturday briefed the media after a two-hour closed meeting with the NRM vice chairman in charge of eastern region, Flight Captain Mike Mukula at Mumbere's palace in Kasese town. He said that during an earlier closed meeting with Gen. Kayihura at Hotel Margherita mid-last month, the two agreed that the deployments in the area be scaled down. On his part, Capt. Mukula said his visit to the sub-region was meant to "de-escalate the problems" haunting the sub-region by using various approaches. "I am pledging to ask the president to withdraw the heavy deployment of a force called Flying Squad in different places in the region so that we can use dialogue to settle the problem," he said. "The meeting will be for the two cultural leaders to agree on a minimum and effective programme to bring the people together in their area of jurisdiction," Mukula said at the press briefing. The next step, Mukula said, will be to bring other stakeholders on board "with a view to starting dialogue as the only way to bring peace in the Rwenzori axis". We are also thinking of a permanent working committee to ensure the internal issues are brought to the attention of the two cultural leaders, he added. According to Mukula, the social-economic issues of the region need to be brought out in order to transform the Rwenzori region into a highly dynamic and progressive region including upgrading of the Kasese airstrip to international standards and a referral hospital to deal with various medical ailments. Mukula further said he and the Rwenzururu king had talked of "a university for the region to enhance and build capacity of the sub-region". "We think the cultural institutions need to be involved in the social-economic transformation working together with government. "I want to assure the people of Uganda that Rwenzori region will be peaceful again," Mukula said, explaining that the meeting between the two was "the beginning of a long journey toward achieving this." He pledged to meet President Museveni and broker a meeting between Mumbere and Museveni to discuss the Rwenzori issues "heart-to-heart." Mukula also said he was going to expedite the process to enable displaced residents in Kasese and Bundibugyo to return to their homes and utilise the rainy season to plant food. A former MP for Soroti Municipality and ex-state minister in the health ministry, Mukula urged the media to report responsibly and work toward "de-escalating the Rwenzori crisis". "There has been tendency to demonise the region and market insecurity more than of the positive in the region. That is now a matter we would like to put behind us," Mukula said. Mukula heavily participated in the process of returning Mumbere home from the USA in 1998. TAGS: West rwenzori crisis, Captain Mike Mukula, the NRM Vice Chairman, Eastern,

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