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Ambassador Julius Onen dead

RIP: Amb. Julius Onen

RIP: Amb. Julius Onen

Ambassador Julius Onen, the permanent secretary ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives is dead. Onen died on a Sunday night at Paragon hospital where he had been admitted.  

The Trade ministry announced Onen’s passing in a message on its Facebook page. 

“Amb. Julius B. Onen, permanent secretary ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives, gone too soon. May his soul rest in eternal peace,” reads the post.    

According to sources, ambassador Onen had just returned from India on Monday where he was taken for treatment for some heart complication.

Details to follow...

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+2 #1 Lakwena 2019-03-11 10:31
May his soul be at peace!
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-3 #2 WADADA roger 2019-03-11 11:33
RIP, i know him as the proprietor of a certain hide out in Naguru called the Carnivore where game meat is sold on open market, i have been dying to meet him with just one question, where does he gets the wild meat and who gives him permission to sell the same or to kill wild animals at leisure.
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+1 #3 Wooden K. 2019-03-11 16:47
Yiiiii Wadada !!!

So this man was a poacher ?
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0 #4 Olum S. 2019-03-11 18:08
Quoting WADADA roger:
RIP, i know him as the proprietor of a certain hide out in Naguru called the Carnivore where game meat is sold on open market, i have been dying to meet him with just one question, where does he gets the wild meat and who gives him permission to sell the same or to kill wild animals at leisure.


Wow, now that is news. If true, then it should be looked into.
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0 #5 WADADA roger 2019-03-11 20:37
Wooden, ndeka
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+1 #6 Ayaya Wadri 2019-03-12 11:28
@wadada, how do you differentiate between game meat and (domestic) meat? and why did you wait for him to die before you could pop your question?

To me, it's a case of dancing on a dead man's grave which, in any culture within Africa, makes your sanity to be questioned.
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0 #7 Akot 2019-03-12 19:41
Wooden K., understood, yet,

I ask myself why he goes to India & spends so much for treatment when he had money to build a clinic with good staff in Uganda?
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0 #8 Akot 2019-03-12 19:54
Lakwena, agreed!

Only God can let our souls rest in peace & this depends on what we have done while alive!

But of course Indians who got money for treating him will miss him & his money, or was it Ugandan tax money used for his treatment?

Se, Switzerland must be unhappy with Algerian uprising as it gets so much for treating their president who spents more time there for medical treatment than living in Algeria!

See, even when Boutefika withdrew his candidature, he is going ahead making plans for his continuity without a date set for election!

How people remember you is by what you do for them, right?
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0 #9 Akot 2019-03-12 20:00
Ayaya Wadri, agreed, but,

What if it was Museveni the dead one?

Would there be national mourning & official burial on land where our people will go as & when they will want to pay him respect, pray for his soul...?
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