The Buganda Premier, Charles Peter mayiga who was the chief guest at the Second John Sebaana Kizito memorial lecture said whoever is involved in the Agriculture Insurance scheme needs to market it for the benefit of farmers.
In his speech at the consecration of the new Bishop of Masaka Diocese at Kitovu Sports Arena on Saturday, Mayiga lashed out at the framers of the proposed law, saying it will instead frustrate the campaign to rejuvenate coffee farming that had started to realize results.
Under the proposed arrangement, development of Kampala city is supposed to integrate plans of the surrounding fast-growing suburbs of Wakiso, Mpigi and Mukono. The idea was hatched in 2009 to carve parts of the three districts and annex them to Kampala as a unitary governance entity.
The funding will be collected from activities on Kabakas land 17.5billion, Payment of debt by Central government 8billion, tuition fees from Kingdoms institutions 16.2billion, Rental income 3.6billion, partnerships 7.26billion and Communications 13.6billion.
Mayiga says voters should look out for individuals that present the best policies and whose drive into politics is to address the social issues affecting the development of Uganda rather than those who attach monetary value and material goods to votes.
Buganda Premier Charles Peter Mayiga told the kingdom Parliament Lukiiko that he has received a communication from Tourism Minister, Maria Mutagamba that the car was bought by the Central government for Muteesa. The Communication implies that the vehicle would remain a property of the central government.
Premier Mayiga cited a cooperative for farmers in Bugerere, Kayunga district, where farmers have already benefited from sensitization programs and now have a tractor to help out with day-to-day tilling.
Thousands have today participated in Kabaka Ronald Mutebi\'s 60th birthday run in Lubiri mengo. The race is one of the festivities organized to commemorate the kabaka\'s birthday slated for 13th April.
The round-about is now made of two large drums hoisting the Buganda shield with 2 spears representing the historical symbol for Buganda\'s mighty protection against adversaries. The monument stands at 11 meters in height and a diameter of 3 meters.
The Kabaka observed that the Kingdom has a challenge to help its people embrace gainful agriculture and related fields that would boost household incomes. He was opening the 22nd Buganda Lukiiko at Bulange Mengo this morning.