Okello says the clan leaders and family members in consultation with the local organizing committee have since resolved that once the body arrives home, it should lay in his new residential home. He lauded Museveni for his timely intervention to support the facelift and construction of Oulanyah’s houses.
Frank Mugisha, the project coordinator of Gada Engineering Company, the firm undertaking the construction of Oulanyah’s mansion however notes that the progress of the work was at 70 percent but that Oulanyah’s death has greatly affected the construction works.
URN understands that with the intervention of the UPDF engineering brigade, the contractor is expected to achieve a 90 percent completion rate on the house by this week before Oulanyah’s body arrives home.
Omoro resident district commissioner Andrew Onyuk says security has been beefed up at Oulanyah’s home to avert the possibility of some people taking the opportunity to engage in criminality.
“Security is always our priority… we have cordoned off the place to filter the people coming in,” He says. Oulanyah’s body still remains in the US and awaits transportation back into the country.
Milly Babalanda, the minister for Presidency in a tweet on Saturday revealed she will release the final burial program for Oulanyah on Tuesday.