Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga inaugurated the fire extinguishers at Kasubi Temple and handed over the Bujjabukula house built by the central government through the Ministry of Tourism.
The ceremony was held at the Kasubi Masjid with UNESCO on Wednesday. What you saw Male and Minister Noah Kiyimba and other officials.
“Our Japanese colleagues gave us $50,000 and passed it through UNESCO and we used it to provide the equipment you saw that I would sleep in case of fire, the equipment screams and people here know that danger has happened and I feel very honored and happy to be I have launched these fire extinguishers,” said Owek. Mayiga said
Hon. Mayiga also thanked the central government for restoring the Bujjabukula house in collaboration with Buganda in its true form as it was during the Emitesa era and thanked those involved in the project for doing a clean job.
He explained that the restoration of the Muzibuazaalampanga house has taken a long time since 2013 but the work is huge because it has traditional concessions and customs to be followed, it is handmade and it takes a lot of money.
According to Katikkiro Mayiga, it has been important to install these equipment to protect the Masiro from the problems that occurred again.
Handing over the house in Bujjabukula, Deputy Minister of Tourism Martin Mugula Bahinduka thanked the Kingdom for agreeing to work with the government and urged them to continue with this initiative and urged people to be proud of their culture and traditions . . . .
It is to be recalled that the tombs was set on fire in 2010, plans were made to restore the temple to its glory and the work was entrusted to Hon. Kaddu Kiberu since
Under the plan, hydrants have been installed around the Muzibuazaalampanga house that can pump and pump water around the roof of the house and a built-in water reservoir has been installed at the site and is also equipped with pumping equipment in case of emergency.
Each of the 16 houses in the cemetery is equipped with a Fire Extinguisher to extinguish any situation.