Katikiro asks electoral commission to consult stakeholders

By Daudi Zirimala

The Katikkiro of Buganda Charles Peter Mayiga has warned the electoral commission against organizing a general election without fully consulting all stakeholders saying such a process will contested in court’s of law.

speaking during the Buganda Great Lukiiko Mayiga noted that electoral commission would consult all concerned parties including cultural institutions on how best elections could be conducted amidst the covid-19 pandemic without being partisan.

Mayiga says for the electoral commission to implement the revised electoral road map it has to first consult political parties,Uganda law society,cultural institutions, elders forum among other in order to have a free and fair elections come 2021

Katikiro discourages politicians from changing parties

By Segawa Robert
The Katikiro of Buganda Charles Peter Mayiga has blasted politicians who are not firm in their parties and beliefs.
Speaking during the memorial service for former Kampala Mayor  and Democratic Party president John Ssebaana Kizito at Namirembe cathedral on Friday,Mayiga said politicians should emulate Ssebaana Kizito who never left Democratic Party .
He said many politicians are fond of crossing from one party to another which he said is wrong asking them to remain firm to their beliefs like Ssebaana did. West Buganda Diocese’s Rev.Henry Katumba Tamale urged believers to always do good while on earth. He said that believers should not only talk about good deeds but put them into practice.
Uganda Young Democrats in their green and white colours plus Buganda Bika football association were represented. Among other dignitaries present at Namirembe cathedral included government chief whip Ruth Nankabirwa,Dr.Kizza Besigye,Olara Otunnu,Nobert Mao and Amama Mbabazi .

Don’t abandon your wife- Katikiro

By Daudi  Zirimala

The Katikiro of Buganda Charles Peter Mayiga has urged men not to abandon their women when they suffer fistula.

The Katikiro made the remarks as the Kingdom handed over a contribution of 70 million shillings to Kitovu hospital to support the treatment of fistula patients.

The money was collect from the Kabaka’s birth day run held this year. Katikiro Mayiga expressed concern that many men don’t want to stay with their women when they acquire fistula yet they are the ones who impregnate the women which exposes them to fistula.


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