Former Prime Ministers Kintu Musoke, Amama Mbabazi and Dr Ruhakana Rugunda have mourned Prof Apolo Nsibambi.
Speaking shourtly after meeting Nsibambi’s relatives, Amama described him as humble and a well-meaning and responsible person
“I was saddened by the loss of Prof. Apolo Nsibambi. We’ve lost an advocate for freedom, democracy & justice.” Amama said.
The National Resistance Movement Party Secretary General added that Nsibambi was an honest, decent & down to earth man.
“He brought all those qualities to the office of Prime Minister of Uganda. My condolences to the family and all Ugandans.” Amama sorrowfully noted.
Parliament and Makerere University will today pay tribute to former Prime Minister Professor Apollo Nsibambi, a day set for his body to lie in state.
The body of Prof. Nsibambi will also arrive at Makerere later in the evening at 5:00pm.
It will lie in repose at the Main Building (Ivory Tower) where the community will pay tribute to him up to 6:30pm in honour of his service to the institution.
Nsibambi, who died on Tuesday will be buried at Kasero Church of Uganda, Buloba in Wakiso District on June 4.