Friday, April 26, 2024

King of Buruuli Kingdom Attends the WCH Royal Summit in Last Vegas in August

We Care for Humanity (WCH) has announced that His Royal Highness Constantine Mwogezi Butamanya, the King of Buruuli Kingdom in Uganda, will serve as the distinguished Guardian of Honor at the upcoming WCH Royal Summit in Las Vegas on August 14, 2024. His role will include presenting awards during the event.

Butamanya, who serves as the Chairman of the Uganda Kings and Cultural Leaders' Forum (UKCLF), conveyed his sentiments, stating, "I am delighted with the collaboration between WCH and UKCLF, showcasing Queen Maria Amor's steadfast commitment to advancing both the Kingdom and the organization. We take immense pride in having the Queen as our Global Ambassador and eagerly anticipate our participation in the Las Vegas event."


Mwogezi Constantine Butamanya, born in Nakasongola, Uganda, is the revered Isabaruuli (King) of the Buruuli kingdom. With a deep-rooted commitment to promoting and safeguarding Buruuli cultural heritage, he has dedicated his life to empowering socioeconomic development within his community.

Throughout his reign, King Mwogezi has spearheaded numerous humanitarian initiatives, including the construction of vital infrastructure such as the Kingdom Palace main house and five community safe water sources. His efforts extend beyond physical infrastructure, with extensive programs focused on health, education, and cultural preservation. 

Under his leadership, the Buruuli kingdom has undertaken initiatives to combat HIV/AIDS, gender-based violence, and teenage pregnancies while promoting literacy in the local Ruruuli language through the development of dictionaries and translations of the Holy Bible. King Mwogezi's advocacy for land rights, household incomes, and education has empowered countless individuals, particularly the youth, to strive for a better future. His commitment to unity and development has earned him recognition, including the prestigious Government of Uganda Nalubaale Award. 

Beyond his role as a cultural leader, King Mwogezi is a respected figure in Ugandan society, serving as the chairman of the Uganda Kings and Cultural Leaders' Forum. Through this platform, he advocates for the collective interests of cultural institutions across the nation, fostering unity, diversity, and collaboration for the greater good. In essence, 

King Mwogezi Constantine Butamanya stands as a symbol of resilience and wisdom, guiding his people towards a brighter and more prosperous future, while preserving the rich legacy of Buruuli heritage for generations to come.

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