But Rwabuhinga explains that in 2018, President Museveni lobbied the Chinese government to construct two stadia in Uganda: Akii-Bua in Lira and Buhinga in Tooro. He says the Chinese government accepted the request on condition that Buhinga will be a state-of-the-art stadium with capacity to accommodate 60,000 people.
The Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister, Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu urged MPs to reach consensus on the need for the eligibility requirements for independent candidates because the Constitution provides for a multiparty system of governance.
Ntagali expressed worry that the number of Boda-boda riders who have been killed in cold blood is going up while at the same time, cases of robberies and theft are also on the rise. In a number of cases, robbers have posed as potential clients to attack the Boda-boda riders.
President Yoweri Museveni donated 50 million Shillings to the club in May, which he handed over to the Federation of Uganda Football Association-FUFA delegate in Tooro sub-region, Michael Wandera. However, some of the public members have come out to task the team’s management to provide accountability on how the funds have always been spent.
This stems from the proposal to annex Karambi Sub County in Burahya County to the Municipality. The annexation of Karambi is supported by Kabarole LC 5 Chairperson, Richard Rwabuhinga and Fort Portal Municipality Member of Parliament - MP, Alex Ruhunda. However, Burahya County MP Margaret Muhanga is against the annexation.