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INTERVIEW: Kijanangoma: Oyo Now a Subject of the Kabaka

Prince David Kijanangoma

In the wake of the just announced terror threat in Uganda, pilule case http://charlieacourt.com/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-edit.php the Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura has asked tourists and potential visitors to Uganda to keep heart, look noting the Uganda is a safe place.

“The terror threat for Uganda is as it is for the rest of the world. People should not be scared to come to Uganda because the threat is all over the world, they only have to maintain the normal vigilance,” the police chief told journalists on Friday.

As for the recent announcement by the US embassy, Gen Kayihura said security agencies have the matter under control.

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“Fear is their (terrorists) major weapon so that you can get disorganized and change your way of life. They want to create fear and panic among us. We have had such threats since 2010 when they bombed us in Lugogo but we have since arrested many of them belonging to Al Shabaab, ADF and the recent ones linked to Dr.Kiyingi who wanted to attack police stations during Christmas time.”

“Since Christmas we have not slept and have dismantled all those they
recruited. This is an ongoing fight and should not be sensationalized,” the IGP noted.

Nonetheless the police boss said, there is need for everyone to be vigilant because terrorism is real and come happen any time.

“We have to accept it as a great threat that presents itself in different forms and we must therefore have multiple stores of responses.”

Muslim Schools

The Police chief however rubbished reports that they are targeting Muslim schools commonly known as ‘Madrasas’ that teach Islam.

“We have no problem with them but they must be genuine and not used as cover for criminality. If they are institutions of learning, they should be subject to the law because if we are not careful, we can create social bases for terrorism.”

“In Nigeria, the Boko Haram has not just started but through networks they built for a long time. In Nairobi there was preaching for terrorism which we can’t allow here. We must distinguish between religion and criminality and avoid creation of social bases for terrorism in Uganda, “the police boss warned.

On Wednesday, the US Embassy in Uganda issued a terror warning about intended attacks on places that are frequented by American citizens and other westerners in Kampala.

In 2010, more than 70 people watching the FIFA World Cup at Lugogo and Ethiopian restaurant in Kabalagala were killed in twin bomb attacks orchestrated by the Somalia based military group Al Shabaab in revenge for Uganda’s involvement in the country in the horn of Africa.
In the wake of the just announced terror threat in Uganda, visit this http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-platform.php the Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura has asked tourists and potential visitors to Uganda to remain calm, prescription noting the Uganda is a safe place.

“The terror threat for Uganda is as it is for the rest of the world. People should not be scared to come to Uganda because the threat is all over the world, they only have to maintain the normal vigilance,” the police chief told journalists on Friday.

As for the recent announcement by the US embassy, Gen Kayihura said security agencies have the matter under control.

On Wednesday, the US Embassy in Uganda issued a terror warning about intended attacks on places that are frequented by American citizens and other westerners in Kampala.

“Fear is their (terrorists) major weapon so that you can get disorganized and change your way of life. They want to create fear and panic among us. We have had such threats since 2010 when they bombed us in Lugogo but we have since arrested many of them belonging to Al Shabaab, ADF and the recent ones linked to Dr.Kiyingi who wanted to attack police stations during Christmas time.”

“Since Christmas we have not slept and we have dismantled all those they recruited. This is an ongoing fight and should not be sensationalized,” the IGP noted.

Nonetheless the police boss said, there is need for everyone to be vigilant because terrorism is real and come happen any time.

“We have to accept it as a great threat that presents itself in different forms and we must therefore have multiple stores of responses.”

Muslim Schools

The Police chief however rubbished reports that they are targeting Muslim schools commonly known as ‘Madrasas’ that teach Islam.

“We have no problem with them but they must be genuine and not used as cover for criminality. If they are institutions of learning, they should be subject to the law because if we are not careful, we can create social bases for terrorism.”

“In Nigeria, the Boko Haram has not just started but through networks they built for a long time. In Nairobi there was preaching for terrorism which we can’t allow here. We must distinguish between religion and criminality and avoid creation of social bases for terrorism in Uganda, “the police boss warned.

In 2010, more than 70 people watching the FIFA World Cup at Lugogo and Ethiopian restaurant in Kabalagala were killed in twin bomb attacks orchestrated by the Somalia based military group Al Shabaab in revenge for Uganda’s involvement in the country in the horn of Africa.
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“The terror threat for Uganda is as it is for the rest of the world. People should not be scared to come to Uganda because the threat is all over the world, more about they only have to maintain the normal vigilance,” the police chief told journalists on Friday.

As for the recent announcement by the US embassy, Gen Kayihura said security agencies have the matter under control.

On Wednesday, the US Embassy in Uganda issued a terror warning about intended attacks on places that are frequented by American citizens and other westerners in Kampala.

“Fear is their (terrorists) major weapon so that you can get disorganized and change your way of life. They want to create fear and panic among us. We have had such threats since 2010 when they bombed us in Lugogo but we have since arrested many of them belonging to Al Shabaab, ADF and the recent ones linked to Dr.Kiyingi who wanted to attack police stations during Christmas time.”

“Since Christmas we have not slept and we have dismantled all those they recruited. This is an ongoing fight and should not be sensationalized,” the IGP noted.

Nonetheless the police boss said, there is need for everyone to be vigilant because terrorism is real and can happen any time.

“We have to accept it as a great threat that presents itself in different forms and we must therefore have multiple stores of responses.”

Muslim Schools

The Police chief however rubbished reports that they are targeting Muslim schools commonly known as ‘Madrasas’ that teach Islam.

“We have no problem with them but they must be genuine and not used as cover for criminality. If they are institutions of learning, they should be subject to the law because if we are not careful, we can create social bases for terrorism.”

“In Nigeria, the Boko Haram has not just started but through networks they built for a long time. In Nairobi there was preaching for terrorism which we can’t allow here. We must distinguish between religion and criminality and avoid creation of social bases for terrorism in Uganda, “the police boss warned.

In 2010, more than 70 people watching the FIFA World Cup at Lugogo and Ethiopian restaurant in Kabalagala were killed in twin bomb attacks orchestrated by the Somalia based military group Al Shabaab in revenge for Uganda’s involvement in the country in the horn of Africa.
He is calm, troche http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-includes/default-filters.php composed and speaks with authority just like any other leader addressing his subjects.

He has already acquired bodyguards and a Personal Assistant.

That’s none other than 47-year old Prince David Kijanangoma, viagra dosage http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-user-agent.php son of the late Paul Kijanangoma and a grandson to George Edward Rukidi, who is working day and night to overthrow King Oyo and take over the throne.

While on a visit to his loyalists in Kampala this week, Kijanangoma (DK) talked to ChimpReports’ Kenneth Kazibwe in a 30-minute interview about his plans to oust 23-year-old King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru and restore the kingdom’s past glory.

CR: Why did you choose to fight King Oyo?

DK: In fact it’s not fighting him but a procedure of events that has taken place over the years and circumstances that make it to be the right time to do so.

King Oyo has detached himself from his subjects and has abdicated from kingdom duties. For example one day he woke up and announced he had done away with the kingdom constitution that it was no longer valid.

This wouldn’t be bad if he had made some amendments but it was wrong to abolish the constitution. He has done away with the members of the loyal clan of Tooro which is a sign of disrespect to elders.

The issues concerning land where many people have been illegally evicted through manipulation, extortion and intimidation by Queen Mother (Best Kemigisa) using the loyal guards and Oyo has been turning a blind eye to these crimes.

CR: Do you have any personal issues with the Queen Mother? Why do you always attack her?

DK: The Queen Mother has sold almost all kingdom property without consulting Tooro elders and neither does she seek advice from the Orukurato (Parliament).The kingdom has lost a lot of land as she sells it and doesn’t want to be questioned.

The Queen Mother has disposed off all categories of land in Tooro (for the kingdom, king and Queen Mother) which does not make any sense after being preserved for generations by the past kings.

What if the past kings had sold it, where would the subjects be?

CR: Can you be a legitimate king since you are not a brother but cousin of Oyo?

DK: Oyo is not the only person in line of succession and in fact 4 princes are in this line. Prince Olimi Kaboyo (father to Oyo), Jimmy Mugenyi, Prince Christopher Kijanangoma (my dad) and Prince Steven Edgar Karamagi. These are the official families from which the Tooro king comes from and now myself being the eldest son living, I am legitimate to become king.

CR: You have always claimed King Oyo spends most of his time in Kampala, what is wrong with that?

DK: Oyo spends 80 percent of his time in Kampala which is not bad but how much time does he spend on kingdom duties and responsibilities? In fact he has become a subject of the Kabaka (Buganda king) which is unacceptable.

He is ever travelling abroad and barely goes to Tooro to visit and mix with his subjects. His subjects think he has detached himself from them.

CR: How will you ascend to the highest royal office in your land since police has repeatedly frustrated your efforts?

DK: That was back then and not now. It was the Kabarole DPC Geoffrey Kahebwa who had some interests together with the Queen Mother.

In fact they have a personal relationship which brings interest to frustrate my efforts of setting the people of Tooro free. He is not above the law and if he continues, we shall battle in court.

CR: What needs to be done to restore the past glory of Tooro kingdom?

DK: The people are ready to rebuild their kingdom and are happy for the new face as their king in David Kijanangoma.

They are waiting for the D-day.

No one knows the day but I can assure you it’s soon coming and we shall march to the palace and Oyo will have no choice but leave power himself.

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