Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) councillors will today during a council meeting table a motion to rename one of the city roads after deceased businessman Bulaimu Muwanga Kibirige, alias BMK, for his contribution towards the development of the country.
BMK passed on last week leaving behind a business empire stretching across East Africa and some parts of the world. He has been eulogised as a generous and honest entrepreneur whose business inspired several people.
KCCA’s executive secretary in-charge of works and physical planning Hakim Kiiza Saula, who represents Rubaga North II, told Daily Monitor yesterday that renaming a road after the late BMK would be the best way to honour him.
“We are proud of his (BMK) legacy because his businesses are still making a big contribution towards the development of the city and has been supporting very many vulnerable people. Therefore, renaming him after one of the city roads is to keep his legacy on,” he said.