PHOTOS: King Oyo Warns Tooro Youth Against Violence


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In the consultative meeting chaired by Lubirizi woman MP, Betty Mbabazi, in which the legislators intend to lobe the Evidence Act, they suggested that if clinical officers are allowed to examine the victims of domestic violence this will help streamlining service delivery to the local population.

Mbabazi reiterated the Domestic Violence Act “has so many loopholes that need to be amended if domestic violence is to be addressed.”

Present during the Friday meeting were Monica Amoding, the National Youth MP, Judith Mary Amoit (Pallisa District) and Kabakumba Matsiko the Bujenje County MP among others.

At the same meeting, Brenda Kugonza, the Public Relations Officer for Center for Domestic Violence Prevention expressed disappointment over the increased rate of domestic violence in the country even after the bill was passed into law.

If this act is amended, it will be mandatory to clinical officers to testify before all judicial proceedings before the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court and all Courts established under the magistrates courts.

physician geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>”I urge you to continue demanding for the return of our assets from the Central Government but through peaceful means and not violence; I know with God, viagra buy who is our provider, purchase the kingdom will receive its properties,” said the youthful monarch while addressing his subjects on Friday.

The king who had just returned from Vietnam and China on a mission to fight HIV/AIDS before being received by his subjects in an epic celebration told his ‘amacuumu nebitara’ that they should observe peace as they demand for the kingdom assets.

King Oyo’s warning follows a demonstration by the ‘Amacuumu ne Bitara’ on Monday morning which left one, Gilbert Kayondo injured and 19 others arrested over illegal assembly and assaulting Police officers.

In his speech at the palace, Tooro Premier Stephen Kaliba re-echoed his stand of demanding an apology from President Museveni over his recent remarks on their King, saying that if he doesn’t apologize, it will cost him dearly in the upcoming elections.

Tooro youth welcoming Oyo in Fort Portal on Friday

At the same function, Charles Kamura the Royal Babiito clan head (Musuga) excited the gathering when he declared that Tooro kingdom is prepared to castrate Government spokesperson, Ofwono Opondo for speaking ill of the kingdom.

He said President is just being misled by selfish people.

While in Fort Portal last week, Opondo reportedly said that Kaliba is a “total political failure” who is using the kingdom as a platform to promote his personal interests and that the Batoro who are fighting and abusing president Museveni as they demand their assets do not know what they were fighting for and that the kingdom lacked visionary leadership.


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