Parliament has today (Wednesday) mourned self-claimed god, Omukama Ruhanga Owobusobozi Bisaka, describing him as a person who championed unity and poverty eradication in Bunyoro region.
The motion to pay tribute to Bisaka was brought by the first deputy Prime Minister, Gen Moses Ali and seconded by the leader of opposition Betty Aol Ocan.
Bisaka passed away last month from Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya and he was the founder and leader of the Faith of Unity cult based in Kagadi district .
Gen Ali described the late as “someone who offered distinguished service to his country and he will be remembered for uniting the people in this area and supporting government programs like wealth creation at household level, immunisation and HIV/AIDS” while Ms Ocan said that Bisaka was known for fighting Satan and healing the sick through his religion.
Kibaale Woman MP, Noeline Kisembo, said that Bisaka was an NRM supporter who helped in promoting government programmes and fighting poverty.
Buyaga West MP, Barnabas Tinkasiimire said that Bisaka will be remembered for bringing up people closer to God.