Aponye Taught Me The Value of Money- Deputy Speaker Tayebwa

By Shifrah Kwagala: Deputy Speaker of Parliament in Uganda,Thomas Tayebwa has told the public to establish value for money as a legacy picked from the late Apollo Nyegamehe.

The address was made as part of the Deputy Speaker’s eulogy during a requiem mass at Lubaga Cathedral this afternoon.

A section of politicians, the business community, family and friends, congregated to pray for the late Apollo commonly known as Aponye, who died in car crash in Ntungamo district last week.

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According to the Deputy speaker , Aponye was a skilled business man who did not believe in personal accumulation of wealth ,but instead the use of resources to impact on community.

Tayebwa said; “I see many people in Kampala who do not know how to use money , having money and knowing its value are two different things and I learnt that from Aponyo.”

The speaker also noted that Aponye was beyond a friend to him but someone he instead looked at as a father for the great lessons he had to teach him.

A number including his wife Evangelist Nyegamehe have praised the deceased for his humble personality , being a man of few words and one that had good will to all.

Renowned Aponye on Thursday died in a fatal road crash at Itojo in Ntungamo along the Mbarara-Kabale highway. As of now , his remains are on their way for burial in his home place Rukiga

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