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Somber Atmosphere at Lira City Council Hall as City Honors Late Town Clerk Tibihika

There was a somber atmosphere at Lira City Council hall on Tuesday as the community gathered to pay their final respects to the late Town Clerk, Theophilus Tibihika.

The casket bearing Tibihika’s body was brought before the council during a special session presided over by Deputy Speaker Shakila Among. The event saw the attendance of various city stakeholders all united in mourning the loss of a dedicated public servant.


Theophilus Tibihika, who had joined Lira City Council in June 2022 after notable tenures in Fort Portal City and Mbarara City, tragically passed away in a road crash at Akalo, Kwania District, along the Lira-Apac road on Monday morning.

During the council session, speakers praised Tibihika for his outstanding contributions to the city. Adur Caro Gloria, the woman councilor for Lira City West, remembered him as a sociable, trustworthy, and active leader who set exemplary standards. She noted that Tibihika played a crucial role in safeguarding the city from those who prioritized personal gain over communal well-being.

Workers Councilor Sarah Awor lauded Tibihika’s team-building efforts and his knack for uniting people despite their differences.

George Okello Ayo, Mayor of Lira City East, commended Tibihika for his effective communication skills and his success in enhancing the city’s revenue collection. Ayo also admired Tibihika for his commitment to peace, transparency, and his embodiment of Christian values.


Lira City Mayor Sam Atul announced the council’s decision to honor Tibihika’s legacy by naming one of the gardens at the Mayor’s Garden and a road after him. Additionally, a portrait of Tibihika will be displayed at the city council hall.

Innocent Atikunda, Tibihika’s wife expressed her deep gratitude for the council’s support. She shared her husband’s profound love for Lira City and his dreams of making it a leading city in northern Uganda. She also mentioned his dedication to projects aimed at supporting children.

Deputy Town Clerk Lillian Ocari praised Tibihika’s efforts in system strengthening and his commitment to community engagement. She highlighted his accountability and transparency in all his decisions.

Lira City Resident City Commissioner, Lawrence Egole urged community members to emulate Tibihika’s dedication and approachability calling on everyone to serve diligently in their respective fields.

Following the council session, Tibihika’s body was taken to Lira Cathedral for a requiem mass. Survived by four sons, Theophilus Tibihika will be buried on Friday in Ntungamo District. His passing leaves a void in the hearts of many who admired his dedication and vision for Lira City.


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