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By Daniel Nsengimana  

KABALE:  The founder of Kabale Media Centre Frank Laban Twinomujuni was laid to rest on Wednesday in Kirigime Ward, Southern Division Kabale Municipality.

The 75-year-old media personal and Member of Rotary club Kabale succumbed to heart attack on 13th November 2022.

Twinomujuni was the first person to sell all categories of newspapers in Kabale district thus encouraging him to start Kabale Media Centre, a media company.

Kwebihayo Rauben, who represented the media company said that Twinomujuni worked as a media activist most especially in production of books and primary magazines as he used his motorcycle to sell newspapers (daily monitor, new vision and orumori).

He added that Twinomujuni was aman who loved his work and being the first Newspapers in Kabale district.

The Kabale Rotary Club President Jimmy Musiime said that the selfless work Twinomujuni shared with Rotarians, words may not sacrifice to express their sorrowful passing of their colleague.


”The selfless life and work he shared with us and communities will always shine on up with them,” he said.

The Kigezi Diocese Bishop Rt. Rev. Gaddie Akanjuna revealed that he was aman who was a committed christian, time manager, parent, selfless man, known his life,truth and a person who would offer help to other people.

He used his gifts well and loved his wife Nalongo and children
The priest told mourners that life is short and should trust in the Lord hoping to gain everlasting life.

The Kabale Central Division LC3 Chairperson Sam Arineitwe commended the fallen rotarian for working very hard and to have left a good legacy in Kabale district.

Twinomujuni gained Education in Diploma in administration law, he worked as a grade one magistrate court before moving to the labour office under the ministry of culture in 1970 and started NSSF 1973  as kabale Regional office.

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