Video: Gen. Kainerugaba, Balaam dance Kitaguriro, Ntogoro in Kabale

The Chairman of the MK Movement, Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, arrived in Kabale Tuesday afternoon ahead of the ‘Rukundo Egumeho’ concert, which will be held today, Wednesday, April 19, at Kigezi High School Playground.

Balaam and Gen Kainerugaba

The event has been organised to celebrate the reopening of the Uganda-Rwanda border and it coincides with the birthday week of Gen Kainerugaba.

Gen. Kainerugaba, who is also the senior presidential advisor on Special Operations, graced a number of activities on his first day in Kabale.

The former Land Forces commander commissioned a Water Ambulance at Lake Bunyonyi, which is 8km from Kabale town and it will help save lives, especially those of mothers and their unborn babies.

At Kabale Municipal Playground, he laid a wreath on a monument and paid his respect to fallen FRONASA fighters that were publicly executed on former President Idi Amini's orders.

The senior presidential advisor also officiated a friendly football match between Gicumbi F.C. from Rwanda and Kigezi Select from Uganda as one of the activities to kickstart the Katuna border reopening Thanksgiving concert.

A rave dubbed MK Street jam party was also held in Kabale town and a number of musicians, including Bebe Cool and Catherine Kusasira performed.

Meanwhile, at some point during the day, Gen. Kainerugaba was filmed dancing alongside events promoter Balaam Barugahara and some other locals. They danced Runyege-Ntogoro and Kitaguriro.

Balaam Barugahara Ateenyi is the MK Movement National Vice Chairman for Western Uganda.

Today's event will feature musical performances from Spice Diana, Jose Chameleone, Azawi, Winnie Nwagi and many others.

Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba is expected to commission the construction of the Museveni-Kagame market in Katuna Town Council.

It should be recalled that the army chief played a pivotal role in the re-opening of the border through a series of meetings with Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

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