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.
Speaking on Thursday at the party headquarters where several members of FDC convened to pick nomination forms ahead of a delegate's conference in October, Amuriat dismissed the Tuesday resolutions saying that those appointed were leaders of Katonga. He described the Tuesday meeting as another attempted coup at the legitimate leadership of the FDC.
Out of the total land area of approximately 28,316,000 square kilometers in Acholi, only 21.5 percent is registered land with titles, while the remaining land is classified as customary land. Additionally, government-controlled land, managed by the National Forestry Authority (NFA) and Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), amounts to 2,488 square kilometers.
In a joint report released on Tuesday, based on a study conducted from June to August this year, Christine Byiringiro, the program manager of Uganda Debt Network, highlighted that there is an unwarranted denial of information requests by government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs).
The conference also suspended the party Secretary General Nathan Nandala Mafabi and the Treasurer Geoffrey Ekanya. FDC party Spokesperson Ibrahim Semujju Nganda communicated the resolution of the delegate's conference from the 'People's Government' offices at Katonga in Kampala.
On Wednesday, the police issued a statement signed by the deputy Inspector General of police Tumusiime Katsigazi banning NUP's tours, saying they had veered off what had been agreed upon before the police allowed them to go ahead two weeks ago.
Addressing his subjects during the ninth coronation anniversary at the Namungalwe town council headquarters in Iganga district Wednesday, Gabula explained that since the establishment of the kingdom, their focus has been on partnering with investors.
Speaking during a regional mobilization meeting of FDC structural leaders in Masaka City on Tuesday, Dr. Besigye attributed the internal conflicts within the party to fatigue among some leaders, stemming from their previous unsuccessful attempts to seize state power.
The primary issue raised by both parties is the rightful authorship of the slogan and the available remedies for each party. The parties have been directed to submit written arguments, along with timelines, explaining why the court should rule in their favor.
The controversy began with an August 30, 2023 letter from the 2nd Vice President of PAP, Dr. Ashebir Woldegiorgis Gayo (acting President at the time), addressed to Speakers of national Parliaments and Senates.
Steven Mulindwa, the Entebbe Municipality Commercial Officer overseeing the program, explained that the presidential directive had caused delays due to necessary adjustments, as some beneficiaries had requested smaller amounts.
Michael Kifubangabo, the spokesperson for Busoga Kingdom, announced that they have initiated flagship activities, including tree planting. Over 10,000 seedlings were distributed to more than 20 government and private schools across Iganga district.
The matter was first raised by area Members of Parliament Brenda Nabukenya, Luttamaguzi Ssemakula and Allan Mayanja during a rally held at Kasana playgrounds as part of Kyagulanyi's mobilisation tour in Luwero District on Friday.