REPORT FOR FOUNDERS DAY 2017 HELD ON SUNDAY 26TH MARCH 2017 AT KING’S COLLEGE, BUDO.
Kings College, Budo celebrates the day it was founded every last Sunday of March. This year it was held on 26th March at the Cricket Oval.
To celebrate 111 years since the founding of the School.
9:00 am : Arrival of Guests -Ushers
9:30 am : Tree Planting -Mrs. Zerida Kabali
10:00 am : Thanksgiving service -Rev. Enoch Kimanje
12:00 noon : Speeches
Main Celebrant: The Rt. Rev. Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira
Assisted by : Ven. Godfrey Buwembo
Rev. Dan Ssentamu Ddumba
Rev. Enoch Kimanje
Guest of Honour: Rev. Canon Dr. John Senyonyi
Coordinating : Mr. Peter Ssenyimba
Mrs. Zerida Kabali
MC : Mrs. Sande Cathy
Date : 26th March, 2017
3. ROLE OF THE CLUB:
a) To mobilise Old Budonians
b) Publicise the event.
4. PREPARATORY ACTIVITIES:
a) Mobilisation through SMS, Email, Facebook and website
b) Deliver invitations to members.
c) Procurement of mementoes.
d) Contracting service providers and sales assistants.
5. EVENT ACTIVITIES:
a) Attendance of Service.
b) Sale of mementoes.
c) Event coverage.
The chief celebrant was Rt. Rev. Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira, the Bishop of Namirembe.
There was a launch of Three Busts of former Headmasters of King’s College, Budo in front
of the New Office Block. These are: i) Canon L.J. Gaster ii) D.G. Herbert iii) Timothy. H.
The Guest of Honour was Rev. Canon Dr. John Senyonyi – an Old Budonian from Canada
house. At the end of the Holy Communion Service, there were speeches from: The
Headmaster – Mr. Patrick Bakka Male, PTA chairman – Dr. David Serukka, Chairman BOG
– Archt. Paul Kikule, President of the Old Budonians Club – Dr. Edwadi Kayondo Bagenda
and Guest of Honour – Rev. Canon Dr. John Senyonyi.
There was entertainment from Sabaganzi house with a traditional dance and violin
presentation from Budo Junior School.
The King’s College, Budo Order of Merit (OM) Awards were also given at the same event to
the following people:
a) Dr. James Tumusiime – OM
b) Mrs. Betty Waibi – OM
c) Archt. Daniel Musana – Medal of Achievement.
d) Mr. George William Semivule – OM. He also gave the Acceptance speech on behalf
of all the recipients.
The perimeter fence project was introduced at the same event. This will lead to the
construction of a perimeter wall round the entire school campus. A bay of 3metres was
costed at two million shillings and the name of the funder will be engraved on the fence.
Other projects included: Museum at the Old Office, Gaster senior wing, Mulyanti hall and the
a) Low turn up of Old Budonians.
b) Students left venue to go for visitation day before event is concluded.
a) Continued mobilisation of Old Budonians to attend the event.