Maj Gen Karuhanga Was A Committed Officer, Museveni

Hundreds of mourners have thronged St Luke Church Ntinda to pay their last respects to the fallen General Court Martial chairman Maj Gen Levi Karuhanga.

Representing the president, defence state minister Jeje Odong challenged mourners to rather celebrate because the late Karuhanga had left something to be remembered for.

Government contributed Sh10 million towards burial arrangements.

Meanwhile, Justice and Constitutional Affairs minister Kahinda Otafiire noted that the late never pushed for material gains which set him apart as a committed officer.

The late Karuhanga who served the military for 37 years died on Thursday on arrival at Nakasero hospital after feeling weak while at his home in Ntinda, a Kampala suburb.

Karuhanga who was also the Commander of the Reserve Force and Chairman of the General Court Martial last reported on duty on April 1st before he broke off to seek medical attention.

The body of the deceased has been transported to his ancestral home in Kigooma village in Bushenyi district for burial slated for tomorrow.

Story By Gistin Angarukiremu