More that 24 hours after former libyan leader Muamar Gadaffi was killed, the world was still coming to terms with the demise of a man who had come to style himself as the King of Kings in Africa. But while most of the world was celebrating the end of a largely autocratic and rabid rule, here in Uganda, there was quiet a significant number of people who were mourning the passing on of a generous benefactor. Gaddafi’s relationship with Uganda was well known and stretched across social, political and economic platforms. The most symbolic of Gadaffi’s imput in Uganda are the Gaddafi National Mosque sitting on top of Old Kampala hill and the Toro Kingdom Palace in Western Uganda. The muslim community dedicated Juma prayers to his memory at the Gadaffi National mosque.