GOOD NEWS: Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mpologoma Ya Buganda is Alive and on an official visit to Kenya

President Uhuru Kenyatta with the Kabaka of the Buganda Kingdom, Ronald Edward Frederick Kimera Muwenda Mutebi II

The Kingdom of Buganda subjects have a reason to jubilate after a photo emerged showing that the Kabaka of Buganda Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II has held talks with Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta, Nile Post has learnt.

According to the Kenya State House social media twitter account, the two discussed the role of culture in regional integration and peaceful communal co-existence among other matters of mutual interest.

President Uhuru Kenyatta today at State House, Nairobi held talks with the Kabaka of the Buganda Kingdom, Ronald Edward Frederick Kimera Muwenda Mutebi II who paid him a visit.

The Head of State and the visiting cultural leader discussed subjects of mutual interest among them the central role of culture in regional integration and peaceful communal co-existence

According to reliable Sources inside the Lubiri confirmed to us yesterday that Kabaka Ronald Mutebi annually takes his two months leave after the coronation anniversary and this year, he decided to visit Kenya.

The social media was set a blaze after some bloggers from various political affiliations decided to spread fake and sadening news about the health of the Royal King of Buagnda.

Now the question remaining is how some bloggers are looking like now after spreading the malicious news. They even presented a body of the Kabaka wrapped in white.

Why do people enjoy spreading false sad news? That Museveni poisoned the Kabaka, you must be embarrassed, this is how you lose trust.

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