Kulanama adds that Budhagali will be buried at his home in Budhagali village, Jinja district where a mini library with selected historical texts shall be set up to promote both local and international tourism of their traditional faith.
They argue that that the affirmative action policy which awarded 1.5 bonus points to girls qualifying to enter public universities, remains insufficient to address equity issues, especially in science-related courses. As a result, they say, the current government merit scholarship for students in higher education is heavily bent in favour of male students.
Anginas concern followed the election of a new committee comprising Col. Godfrey Muwanguzi as the chairman Board Of Directors, Col. Francis Ongia as vice chairman, and Maj. Teddy Kavuma as the treasurer. No female representative was elected on the four-member supervisory committee.
The seat has attracted NRMs Naome Kibaju and the opposition Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party candidate, Guma Nuwagaba. On Saturday, President, Yoweri Museveni appeared briefly at a rally at Kakindo playground where he assured the voters that the ruling party is still strong and ready to serve Ugandans and deliver them out of poverty.
According to Nakyobe, Museveni was angered by Rugambwas decision of ferrying voters to his home without his knowledge. Nakyobe also says that the President is not happy about Rugambwas tactics of extorting money from locals promising to give them onion seeds and mattresses on behalf of the government.
James Ebitu, the Director of Social Protection in the Gender Ministry, argues that the elders councils stretch from grass root to national level and as candidates progress to other levels, they live gaps that need to be filled but Electoral Commission doesnt have resources to conduct elections immediately.
Kasingye says police will only intervene and conduct meetings to deliberate on possible solutions when there are serious issues. However, the force will continue deploying patrol vehicles in black spots basing on information from the LCs.
According to Nagawa, their client extended Shillings 2,577,019,954 billion to COU. Shillings 1,191,710,450 billion was meant for health systems strengthening grant activities, Shillings 1,156,783,904 for malaria activities and Shillings 228, 525,600 million was for overhead costs.
The outgoing Arua Resident District Commissioner, Peter Debele, who has also rushed to Rhino Camp, says delays by the police and other security personnel on ground to report the fight could escalate the situation in the Camp.