The Town Council LC 3 chairperson, Geoffrey Byamukama announced the decision during the council sitting on Thursday. He explained that the facilities in the taxi park can’t handle the high volume of people with some opting to reside there.
Bishop Kisembo says that Tooro Kingdom subjects are not against the modern facility but are rather opposing and rejecting the conversation on the ownership of Kingdom property by an individual who also happens to be a custodian of the same property.
Kabarole Chief Administrative Officer, Phionah Sanyu explains that the district received Shs1Billion this financial year for pension arrears but only 400 million Shillings has been paid out leaving a balance of 600million Shillings because of beneficiaries lack IDs and have conflicting names.
The Kingdom Spokesperson, Charles Mwanguhya Mpagi, says told URN that since the national constitution guarantees the right of all Ugandans to own property, the same constitution doesn’t dictate from whom and who can acquire such property.