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Pilgrims walks to be led by Uganda’s Vice President-Uganda safari News

Rubaga, Namugongo, Busega, Kitebi, Kyamula, Mulungu and Munyonyo are tourism sites that tourists visit while on their safaris in Uganda. These are places where religious people were killed from and these are called the Uganda martyrs who were killed for no good reason but only for God’s case. Therefore these places are places of history in Uganda and therefore tourists safari them on their Uganda safaris.

The Vice President of Uganda that is Mr. Edward Ssekandi is to lead about 10,000 pilgrims from Rubaga to Namugongo on June 1st which journey is around 10km. This will therefore be a very good activity to tourists on their safaris in Uganda. However the money that will be collected from these pilgrims will help support the Uganda Heart Institute in Mulago Hospital therefore your safari to Uganda will have saved souls of many children in Uganda.

 The walk will be starting at 9:30am from Rubaga road to Rubaga hill then Mackay’s cave found in Nateete. Next will be Busega to Kitebi, Kyamula to Mulungu and then Munyonyo where there the martyrs shrine then to Naalya and finally Namugongo where the Uganda Martyrs were killed. This will be a very good experience to tourists on their Uganda safari therefore marketing the tourism sector in Uganda.

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