While campaigning in Kamwenge district on Tuesday, Kyagulanyi said the controversy was persisting because of poor leadership under the National Resistance Movement -NRM government. He said the disadvantage is both districts are not receiving the royalties that would be used for development purposes.
At Butiiti, Amuriat met a handful of voters where he promised to create jobs and end unemployment once elected. He also pledged to end land grabbing in the country by ensuring all rightful owners of land get titles.
According to Muntu, he had planned to have his rally at Biguli primary school playground in Biguli town council but due to a heavy downpour, the place became so hard to access by his team or even the supporters.
In a letter dated November 19 written, signed by George William Magezi, the Kamwenge district returning Officer and addressed to the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Magezi states that he received and considered withdrawal notices by Nuwagba and Atuhaire.
Polly Kateeba, the Tooro Kingdom Lands and Housing Minister, explains that the contested piece of land, which hosts Kamwenge Prison, is customarily owned by Tooro Kingdom and they have documents to support their position.