KABALE -Dr. Hilary Bakamwesiga Mbona, a hopeful member of parliament for Ndorwa West, urged parents to write their wills at an early age to avoid causing chaos in their families after passing away. He made this call today while addressing mourners at the send-off ceremony of Mzee Silvano Kabonyi in Butunza, Kyasano, Ndorwa West constituency.
Dr. Hilary stressed that some parents write their wills in old age, and even some die without writing them, which he says is not good. He advised them to write their wills when their minds are still fresh in their middle ages to allocate their properties properly.
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He also advised the mourners to love each other, stating that we are visitors in this world, and we should utilize the days we spend on this earth profitably and in peace with others.
On a special note, he appreciated the deeds of the late Mzee Kabonyi, stating that he utilized his time very well and was a role model to many people. He called upon people to follow his example.
Dr. Hilary used this opportunity to call upon students in candidate classes to work hard during this limited time of UNEB exams and achieve good results. He emphasized that without good academic credentials, it’s challenging to secure employment in Uganda or abroad.
He also urged parents to educate their children to lay a strong foundation for their future, as these children will, in turn, support their parents in the future.
Mzee Silvano Kabonyi passed away at the age of eighty and left behind three children and twenty-three grandchildren.