Kyagulanyi was expected to appear on BCU Radio between 9:00am to 12:00pm together with Manjiya County Member of Parliament, John Baptist Nambeshe, the Mbale District Forum for Democratic Party Chairperson and Margret Wokuri, one of the aspirants for the Industrial City Division parliamentary seat.
Samuel Okiror, the in Charge of the Field Force Unit in Mbale, said police intercepted a van of carrying the supporters of the legislator and five others people. He said they were still hunting for Kyagulanyi, who is believed to be holed up at undisclosed location in town.
According to the letter, the search committee is mandated with validating the nomination and election process of the new Bamasaba cultural leader. The search committee will work in liaison with the General Assembly, Culture Council, Secretary General, the Attorney General of Inzu yamasaba and Bamasaba stakeholders.
Mbale, one of the seven municipalities that were elevated to city status, will have two Divisions from the three that have been part of the Municipality. They include the Industrial Division and Northern Division.
They also opposed the proposed Political Parties and Organizations Bill which introduces a code of conduct for political parties and organizations saying the political parties have their own laws which govern them.