Kadaga cautioned the committee to be discerning of the individuals earmarked to fundraise from, to avoid tendencies of belittling the King as some show-offs can brag after the wedding that they helped the Kyabazinga to marry a wife.
Julius Galisonga, a member of the FDC's legal team who presided over the swearing-in ceremony, emphasized that the introduction of new leaders with fresh ideas is beneficial. He challenged the party's founding members to gracefully accept the contributions of newer members to the political landscape.
During a press conference in Jinja City Wednesday, the district party leaders urged their top party officials to engage in internal dialogues to resolve conflicts rather than airing their differences in the media. They believe that publicizing these disagreements has damaged the party's reputation in the eyes of the public and has led to a decline in active support from grassroots members.
The freed royal guards were transported to Kasese district in two army buses accompanied by a military police patrol vehicle. According to an anonymous source from the prisons, the royal guards have acquired various skills in crafts making, carpentry, and modern farming practices during their seven-year detention.
Speaking at the closing of a two-day retreat for the officers at Source of the Nile Hotel in Jinja City on Tuesday evening, Babalanda expressed her concerns over the lack of cohesion among some RDCs, their deputies, and DISOs in Busoga.
On Thursday last week, the NUP president, Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobiwine suspended the deputy head of mobilization, Moses Bigirwa, Andrew Muwanguzi, the acting head of patriotism and ideology, Bamu Lulenzi, the coordinator Busoga sub-region, Jamal Mukuve, the acting youth coordinator, Busoga sub-region and Saulo Nsongambi, the acting NUP coordinator in Jinja city for alleged misconduct.
The officers are slated to graduate next week after a one-year course in national security, and this interface with different state actors is aimed at preparing their mindsets for future managerial deployments both within the force and other government ministries.
Nanteza says that she applied for police clearance in early November and received a letter signed on behalf of the Inspector General of Police by Wilson Omoding on 14th, November 2022 instructing her team to liaise with Kiira Regional police authorities to ensure the smooth execution of the event.
Banamwita says that he kept on protesting the move to dethrone him as unfair, saying that it was orchestrated by Muvawala to frustrate his efforts of demanding for accountability from the Busoga kingdom operations.
While representing President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, at the eighth coronation anniversary of the Kyabazinga, HRH Gabula Nadiope IV on Tuesday, Kadaga stressed that Nyege Nyege is the only festival which earns both direct and indirect incomes for traders within Busoga sub region and canceling it will definitely cripple their economy.
Okiria was meant to take oath alongside three other designated PAC members on Thursday. However, his acceptance letter was headlined with Jamada as his first name, as opposed to James, the known name which was approved by the council authorities.
While attending the launch of Busoga’s 2022/2023 annual development plan at the Jinja city’s based Civil Service college, the leaders said that an increase in the funds will foster the quickening of poverty eradication processes.
In May 2022, Kirunda denounced the party and crossed to the National Unity platform-NUP accusing his party members of not valuing his selfless efforts in mobilizing grassroots support. He ordered the party leadership to vacate his premises within two weeks, which they promised to comply with.
The event was part of the activities to mark the 18 years of Afro-Arab council's existence and it attracted delegates from the subscriber countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, United Arab Emirates-UAE, Bahrain, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia.
This was the fulfillment of the presidential pledge made to the council members during their second summit held in 2008, where over 5,000 youths from subscribing nations unanimously agreed to construct their international offices in Uganda.