Last month, while appearing before the land commission chaired by Justice Catherine Bamugemereirwe to answer complaints of land grabbing, Kemigisa accused Rugumayo, Alex Ruhunda, the Member of Parliament Fort Portal Municipality and Prince Gilbert Mujogya of hating her and her late husband Omukama Davild Olimi Kaboyo.
The Uganda Police Force has said it will not allow the unlawful enthronement of Prince David Kijanangoma as King of Tooro. Kijanangoma, a member of the Tooro royal family, declared himself king and has vowed to take over the throne in April this year.
In 2015, President Yoweri Museveni set up a mediation committee led by the Bishop of Ruwenzori Diocese, Reuben Kisembo following a leadership row between Omukama Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV and his cousin, Prince David Kijanangoma.
Prince David Kijanangoma was arrested by police from Rwengoma Palace last year and charged with criminal trespass minutes after he publicly declared his plans to overthrow Tooro King, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV.
The Babiito clan members say it was wrong for the President to intervene in internal affairs of their clan. During the Babiito convention held on Saturday in Fort Portal, the clan members also accused Musunga Charles Kamurasi, the head of the clan of incompetence.
Addressing journalists this morning at Media Center, the Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister, Muruli Mukasa, advised Kijanangoma to follow the law that guides the installation of traditional leaders.
Bishop Kisembo, the chief mediator, says should the King and Queen Mother fail to meet the committee on the rescheduled day, the committee will go ahead and write the final report and present it to President Museveni without their input.