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The deputy Minister for Information Tooro Kingdom, Hon. Vincent Mugumu, has threatened to decampaign President Museveni come 2016 general elections.
“Akiiki, the President, on behalf of the people of Tooro, l take this opportunity to remind you to return back our property (Tooro kingdom properties),” Mugumu said in a social media message.
“His Royal Majesty the King of Tooro Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukiidi IV on his different visits to his people in the kingdom; received demands to render services your government should have provided to Ugandans like; roads ,schools e.t.c.”
He added: “Let me remind you, the people of Tooro have voted for you 98% but other regions which vote you 59% and below, you have returned their properties. What amuses us is that Bunyoro kingdom which asked for what belongs to them after Tooro have received their properties.”
In response to the Minister’s statements, Kenneth Nkojo aka Deco Araali, another youth loyal to the Kingdom, said there will be no votes for NRM government in 2016 if President Museveni does not return Tooro kingdom properties.
“We are ready to die for our kingdom,” Nkojo announced.
The youth in Tooro, according to sources, have already started a social media campaign against President Museveni.