online http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-includes/class-wp-tax-query.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Karuhanga vowed to join the ongoing protests by the Tooro youth group, advice “Amacumu Nebitara bya Rukirabasaija” if Museveni doesn’t withdraw his words.
Museveni is accused of making disrespectful comments following the King’s declaration of a seven-day fasting period as a protest against government decision to create more kingdoms from the greater monarchy.
While responding to plans by the king to fast over disintegration of his Kingdom, Museveni said Oyo was free to do so as it would help him shape up and be healthy.
Police was yesterday engaged in serious running battles with the Tooro youth who were protesting what they termed as ‘disrespectful’ comments by president Museveni.
The youthful Member of Parliament, while addressing a press conference at Parliament on Tuesday, said the “youth of Tooro will not let the President irrespect their king like in Ankole, Busoga and Buganda as they simply look on.”
Karuhanga noted that he considers the president’s remarks as an insult to Tooro kingdom and an embarrassment to Uganda.