The Omukama stressed the need for Ugandans to work towards building a strong democracy in the country adding that instances of violence in elections must not be tolerated since they are meant to destabilize the country.
On Wednesday morning, Kyagulanyi was also briefly blocked from leaving his hotel although he managed to beat security and later led a procession within the central business district of Kitgum municipality.
Independent presidential candidates, Willy Mayambala and Joseph Kabuleta have also raised similar concerns. Mayambala, who has failed to raise money for his campaign posters and vehicles, says he is finding it hard to facilitate the bodyguards.
At Nakasero and Owino Markets, vendors and boda-boda riders paralyzed traffic as they struggled to have a glimpse of the presidential candidate who was moving on foot in the company of his agents and escorts.