Former Ugandan Ambassador to Canada Marino Abola Dead

George Marino Abola is dead

Former Ugandan Ambassador to Canada, George Marino Abola is dead.

George Marino Abola is dead
George Marino Abola is dead

Abola died this morning at Mulago Hospital where he had been admitted yesterday.

Doctors who were attending to the late Ambassador Abola declined to reveal what he had been hospitalized for.

The parliament of Uganda is expected to accord the former ambassador a state burial

Who is Marino Abola?

Mr. Abola was born in 1940 in Gulu, Uganda. He came to diplomacy after working in the private sector and then for government.

For 14 years, until 2005, he served as chairman of the board for Kinyara Sugar Works Ltd, providing guidance in the rehabilitation

of the sugar industry. At the same time, between 1998 and 2005, Mr.

Abola worked as deputy director of economic affairs at the movement secretariat.

He was in charge of policy initiatives, economic monitoring, and economic awareness and development.

An economist by training, Mr. Abola was a member of the National Resistance Council (the interim parliament for Uganda) from 1989 to 1996.

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3 thoughts on “Former Ugandan Ambassador to Canada Marino Abola Dead

  1. Once
    again a light in our land of Uganda is sadly extinguished…I met him
    briefly in Gulu in March last year. As a son of the Royal House of
    Patiko, the clan has again lost a jewel. This is the time for the young
    generation to realize that soon all the elders won’t be around any
    longer. Therefore, young men and women of Uganda wise up and begin to
    take responsibility of managing the country. The future is now. May
    the Lord keep and strengthen the immediate family as well as the Patiko
    and Amuru Clans during this time of mourning as we lay our kinsman to
    eternal rest. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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