Tumukunde was hosted by the Kingdom Prime Minister Andrew Byakutaga at the Kingdom palace.
Lt.Gen.Tumukunde holding talks with Andrew Byakutaga,the Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom Prime minister.Photo by Emmanuel Okello.
Lt. Gen. Henry Tumukunde on Tuesday held talks with Bunyoro Kitara
Tumukunde was hosted by the Kingdom Prime Minister Andrew Byakutaga at the
Kingdom palace. He tasked the institution to rally its subjects to denounce
politics based on tribalism.
According to Tumukunde, the people of Bunyoro should not vote for leaders
basing on tribes and ethnicity but rather vote for leaders with an appropriate
agenda to lead the country and their regions.
He says politics based on tribal sentiments could cause violence and bloodshed in
Tumukunde asked the Kingdom to play a pivotal role in ensuring
that the people of Bunyoro and Uganda at large do not promote tribalism.
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Lt. Gen Tumukunde too challenged the Kingdom to engage and negotiate with the
central government on what benefits should accrue to the communities that host
the oil resource.
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Byakutaga applauded Tumukunde him for recognizing the Kingdom saying
they need leaders who respect the affairs of the Kingdom and have a love for the
King and his subjects.
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Byakutaga says as an institution hosting people of different ethnicity,
they equally condemn tribalism saying any leader or person, who promotes tribalism
and sectarianism, is an enemy of the Kingdom.
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Tumukunde will today also campaign in Buliisa, Masindi and