RECOGNITION: St. Julian High school has named her new school library before the Buganda Kingdom Premier Charles Peter Mayiga in recognition of his long time contribution towards the Kingdom
The four stored complex was built at St Julian High Gayaza, and it was officially commissioned by the Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga on Saturday 6th May 2023.
In his remarks, Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga urged the people of Uganda to extensively read books to sharpen their brains and get new transformation ideas
The Director St. Julian Schools Mr. Sserunjogi Geoffrey commended the Katikkkiro Mayiga for his contribution toward the visible development of the Kingdom of Buganda.
St Juliana high schools- Gayaza and Seeta Campuses are mixed boarding schools offering both Arts and Science Subjects for both ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level.They are founded by highly qualified and experienced teachers who have been teaching in top Schools in Uganda. The Gayaza campus is located at Jolwe, 3 Km off Gayaza-Kalagi Road. The Seeta campus is located at lumuli 2 km along Seeta Namugongo road.
About Premier Charles Peter Mayiga
Charles Peter Mayiga (born 1962), was appointed Premier by the reigning Kabaka of Buganda, His Majesty Muwenda Mutebi II of Buganda, in May 2013, replacing engineer John Baptist Walusimbi. In 2023, Owek. Mayiga is celebrating his 10th Anniversary in the stewardship of the Kingdom.
Charles Peter Mayiga was born in Kasanje village, Kabonera Parish, Masaka District, Central Uganda. His parents are Ssaalongo Cyprian Mukasa and Nnaalongo Rebecca Kyese Mukasa
He attended Butale Primary School and Nkoni Primary School. For his O-Level education, he attended St. Henry’s College Kitovu. Later, he studied at St. Mary’s College Kisubi for his A-Levels. He holds the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LLB), from Makerere University, Uganda’s oldest and largest public university. He also holds a Diploma in Legal Practice, obtained from the Law Development Center, in Kampala Uganda’s capital city
Since 1987, Mayiga has been working closely with the elders of the Kingdom of Buganda, sharpening his knowledge and understanding of the customs and traditions of Buganda.
On 4 July 1991, while preparing for the restoration of the Kingdom of Buganda, Mayiga was appointed to become the Secretary of the Council of Elders, responsible for organizing the cultural restoration. This title changed to Secretary to the Lukiiko (Parliament of Buganda), following the restoration of the Monarchy.
When the Kingdom was restored in 1993, Mayiga was appointed Buganda’s Minister of Information & Official Spokesman for the Kingdom. He served in that capacity until he was appointed Katikkiro of Buganda in May 2013
Mayiga is a law partner in the company Buwule and Mayiga Company Advocates, based in Kampala.
He is married to Margaret Mayiga, an alumnus of Trinity College Nabbingo, since 1987. He is the author of a book titled King on the Throne, which chronicles the first 16 years (1993–2009) of the reign of His Majesty Muwenda Mutebi II of Buganda. Mayiga has also authored Buganda ku Ntikko, a book in Luganda that states the five key kingdom aspirations. This book was published on 29 May 2013, the very day he was handed the instruments of power. In 2017, Mayiga released his third book, titled Uganda:7-Key Transformation Idea, which details seven ideas that can help Third World countries develop.