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EXCLUSIVE: Buganda Katikkiro Faces Palace Coup

Just a day after Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) commenced the auctioning of goods confiscated from street vendors, see http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-content/plugins/fetch-tweets/template/single/template.php people from different walks of life today converged at the KCCA yard in Industrial area with the hope of buying the commodities at cheaper prices.

Items on auction include mattresses, http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php suitcases, clothes and other merchandise in which many town traders deal.

ChimpCorp, Michael Nteza interacted with a number of buyers at the yard, most of who said they were happy that KCCA had presented the opportunity through which the goods will be put to meaningful use.

Salim Adullah Kizito, a businessman in Kampala says that he was not happy with the fact that KCCA had confiscicated the goods but was at least glad that several government institutions conduct such auctioning programs where such goods are put to use and revenues are realized.

“It’s good that we can buy confiscated goods instead of them being burnt or destroyed which is so painful to the people from whom they were confiscated,” he said.

Kizito further added that goods bought from such auctions usually lead to big profits since they are purchased very cheaply. He however advised that KCCA should give the first priority of buying the goods to the initial owners.

According to Richard Muledhu, the PRO for Impala Court ballifs and auctioneers, the company in charge of the auctioning, the exercise is proceeding as plannedand will close tomorrow at Nakawa KCCA yard where more goods are kept.
While addressing the press at the commencement of the auction, KCCA spokesperson, Peter Kauju said that the exercise takes place after every six months as stipulated by the constitution of Republic of Uganda.

 

Some of the items for auction
Some of the items for auction
A trader pays cash after winning the bid
A trader pays cash after winning the bid
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Traders checking out some of the items
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The Wale Wale singer is all over social media mobilizing his fans to ensure that they don’t miss the premier of the movie in which he performs his debut movie role which is yet to be identified.

The film stars a stellar cast of some of Uganda’s leading actors, Michael Wawuyo and Ebonies’ Sam Bagenda and also marks the debut acting performance of leading East African musician and performer, Jose Chameleone.

Chameleone and Ugandan diva sensation, Iryn Namubiru, also lend their voices to the soundtrack of the film in what will be a surprise change of pace for their thousands of fans.

The movie will premiere at a star studded red carpet VIP event on November 13th, 2014 at the Serena Kampala Hotel. I

n attendance will be some of the celebrated Indian cast, most notably, India’s top superstar actor, Partiban and award winning actress Rima Kallingal.

PREVIEW:

The lives of a middle class Indian family living in Kampala are thrown into turmoil when the housewife finds herself embroiled in a murder plot.

Shika Samuel (played by Indian National Award winner Rima Kallingal) pursues her hobby of fashion design and opens a boutique at the Garden City Mall.

She suddenly falls prey to a conspiracy and is faced with the double murder charge of her close friend Angel Mathews (Indian Star, Tashu) and the Mayor’s daughter, Audra (played by Miss Uganda 2013 1st Runner up Anita Kyarimpa).

Husband, Jay Krishnan (Vijaay Babu) attempts to secure her release from Luzira Maximum Security Prison where she’s being tortured that is orchestrated by a well-wisher (Award Winning Tamil star Partiban) from the Indian community.

The film essentially revolves around her attempt to escape from prison and from Uganda.

CAST:  Michael Wawuyo, Wilberforce Mutete, Sam Bagenda, Jose Chameleone, Rima Kallingal, Partiban, Vijaay Babu, Mukesh, Sreekumar, Tashu Kaushik, Jojo, Anita Kyarimpa, Brenda Nanyonjo

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The Wale Wale singer is all over social media mobilizing his fans to ensure that they don’t miss the premier of the movie in which he performs his debut movie role which is yet to be identified.

The film stars a stellar cast of some of Uganda’s leading actors, Michael Wawuyo and Ebonies’ Sam Bagenda and also marks the debut acting performance of leading East African musician and performer, Jose Chameleone.

Chameleone and Ugandan diva sensation, Iryn Namubiru, also lend their voices to the soundtrack of the film in what will be a surprise change of pace for their thousands of fans.

The movie will premiere at a star studded red carpet VIP event on November 13th, 2014 at the Serena Kampala Hotel. I

n attendance will be some of the celebrated Indian cast, most notably, India’s top superstar actor, Partiban and award winning actress Rima Kallingal.

PREVIEW:

The lives of a middle class Indian family living in Kampala are thrown into turmoil when the housewife finds herself embroiled in a murder plot.

Shika Samuel (played by Indian National Award winner Rima Kallingal) pursues her hobby of fashion design and opens a boutique at the Garden City Mall.

She suddenly falls prey to a conspiracy and is faced with the double murder charge of her close friend Angel Mathews (Indian Star, Tashu) and the Mayor’s daughter, Audra (played by Miss Uganda 2013 1st Runner up Anita Kyarimpa).

Husband, Jay Krishnan (Vijaay Babu) attempts to secure her release from Luzira Maximum Security Prison where she’s being tortured that is orchestrated by a well-wisher (Award Winning Tamil star Partiban) from the Indian community.

The film essentially revolves around her attempt to escape from prison and from Uganda.

CAST:  Michael Wawuyo, Wilberforce Mutete, Sam Bagenda, Jose Chameleone, Rima Kallingal, Partiban, Vijaay Babu, Mukesh, Sreekumar, Tashu Kaushik, Jojo, Anita Kyarimpa, Brenda Nanyonjo

Director:         Rajesh Nair

Producer:        Girisch Nair

Production House: River Nile Motion Picture

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The Wale Wale singer is all over social media mobilizing his fans to ensure that they don’t miss the premier of the movie in which he performs his debut movie role which is yet to be identified.

The film stars a stellar cast of some of Uganda’s leading actors, Michael Wawuyo and Ebonies’ Sam Bagenda and also marks the debut acting performance of leading East African musician and performer, Jose Chameleone.

Chameleone and Ugandan diva sensation, Iryn Namubiru, also lend their voices to the soundtrack of the film in what will be a surprise change of pace for their thousands of fans.

The movie will premiere at a star studded red carpet VIP event on November 7, 2014 at the Serena Kampala Hotel. In attendance will be some of the celebrated Indian cast, most notably, India’s top superstar actor, Partiban and award winning actress Rima Kallingal.

PREVIEW:

The lives of a middle class Indian family living in Kampala are thrown into turmoil when the housewife finds herself embroiled in a murder plot.

Shika Samuel (played by Indian National Award winner Rima Kallingal) pursues her hobby of fashion design and opens a boutique at the Garden City Mall.

She suddenly falls prey to a conspiracy and is faced with the double murder charge of her close friend Angel Mathews (Indian Star, Tashu) and the Mayor’s daughter, Audra (played by Miss Uganda 2013 1st Runner up Anita Kyarimpa).

Husband, Jay Krishnan (Vijaay Babu) attempts to secure her release from Luzira Maximum Security Prison where she’s being tortured that is orchestrated by a well-wisher (Award Winning Tamil star Partiban) from the Indian community.

The film essentially revolves around her attempt to escape from prison and from Uganda.

CAST:  Michael Wawuyo, Wilberforce Mutete, Sam Bagenda, Jose Chameleone, Rima Kallingal, Partiban, Vijaay Babu, Mukesh, Sreekumar, Tashu Kaushik, Jojo, Anita Kyarimpa, Brenda Nanyonjo

Director:         Rajesh Nair

Producer:        Girisch Nair

Production House: River Nile Motion Picture

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Walusimbi was a soft-spoken leader whose diplomatic style of governance had won hearts in the central government.

In fact, it was a shock that during his reign tensions between Buganda and Mengo hit boiling levels, leading to the infamous 2009 Buganda riots that left a trail of bloodshed and unprecedented levels of destruction of property.

At that time, there were calls within some radical quarters in the Kingdom to overthrow Walusimbi, with many royal members accusing him of being in bed with the central government.

Some sections of Buganda seem to have enjoyed the belligerent nature of Walusimbi’s predecessor, the radical Dan Muliika.

At the Bulange meeting, Walusimbi met with senior kingdom officials who included Moses Kayima, Omutaka Nakirembeka, princes, cultural officials among others.

In his opening remarks, Walusimbi blasted what he described as “overwhelming acts of insubordination, indiscipline and impunity” by Buganda princes (Abalangira).

He further accused them of using media platforms and informal meetings to “abuse the institution of the Kabaka, seize ownership of Amasiro (Kasubi tombs); and harass leaders in a bid to sell off over 350 miles of land for personal gain.”

He also named the ryal members whom he said were hell-bent on “destroying the institution of the Kabaka.”

They included Prince David Alexander Ssimbwa, the son of Kabaka  Daudi Chwa II; Prince Bamweyana Walugembe; Mutebi Ssekamaanya (son of prince Hannington Muteb); Princess Gladys Nandawula (daughter of prince John Lukanga and grandson of Daudi Chwa II.).

Others were Edward Ndawula Kimera, Paul Lukenge Katoogo, Kajumba Genza, Luwaga, Ndagire, Nakibinge, Bannaava and Bassaava.

During the meeting, some princes tried to defend themselves against the accusations but it was later agreed the public be informed about their unbecoming conduct.

The public was told in an announcement that they should not tolerate lies, persuasion or intimidation by these royals.

Calm before storm

When Walusimbi gave way for Prime Minister Peter Mayiga, it was hoped that he would bridge the gap between Mengo and this section of ambitious royals.

However, this was not meant to happen.

Chimpreports can exclusively reveal that a cross section of royals led by Lukenge Katoogo have initiated a grassroot campaign to overthrow Mayiga.

They accuse him of blocking them from overseeing the management of works at Kasubi tombs, saying such moves are disrespectful of royals.

The groups further claims that Mayiga formed a special committee to manage the tombs without consulting them before kicking out royals.

Mayiga is also faulted of not speaking out against immorality in the country including homosexuality. They said when the international community rose up in arms against the Anti-gay law, Mayiga remained mute.

“Mayiga should have showed responsibility as a leader to condemn this vice. Instead, he just travelled abroad to beg for money (etoffali project),” said Lukenge in a document being circulated in media houses.

“These actors are opposed our cultural norms which threatens the future of Buganda as a tradition and kingdom. He should have condemned them.”

Mayiga is also accused of presiding over “royal functions organised by Nnabagereka Sylvia Nagginda yet he is not a royal member.”

The premier is also faulted for “cultivating a ground for a begging culture in the Kingdom yet Buganda can take care of itself.”

Lukenge noted: “When a child over begs, it embarrasses the parents.”

He also blamed Mayiga for travelling in a “large convoy of security men from government,” adding, “We don’t think he is one of us. Why is he worried of moving around freely with his people?”

However, insiders say this group is opposed to Mayiga as he has blocked them from selling land for personal benefit.

Mayiga was not readily available for comment.

His supporters said the premier has blocked greedy royal members from meeting the Kabaka.

“These princes and princess are just selfish. They did not appoint Mayiga. How on earth can they imagine that he will be overthrown? He asked people to voluntarily contribute money to develop Mengo’s income-generating projects. But these greedy people want free money to spend at their will,” said a royal member who preferred anonymity so as to speak freely.

“Buganda is not for princes but all of us. Whoever puts his needs above Buganda’s interests is an enemy of the kingdom,” the source added.

Analysis

In a recent article, Patrick Nakabale, Central Region Youth MP and General Secretary NRM Parliamentary Caucus, commended Mayiga “for not heeding the views and opinions of some elements who would want to continuously saw seeds of discord between the Kingdom and its people on the one hand, and the central government and the rest of the country on the other.”

This, said Nakabale, “also bolsters the recent Memorandum of Understanding that the central government signed with Buganda Kingdom. “

“The Katikkiro is a leader who is upbeat and passionate about the development of Buganda Kingdom. At least for most of the time he has engaged the Government, he has been gentle, civil and all-accommodating,” noted Nakabale.

“He hasn’t been the aggressive politician he was before being appointed Katikkiro. In fact some pundits had started to think that his appointment as Katikkiro, the Kabaka was looking for someone who would fiercely engage central government. They have since been proved wrong as Mayiga has shown that he is not for war but peace and the speedy development of the Kingdom.”

Nakabale praised Mayiga for traversing most of the Kingdom territories interacting with his people and mobilising resources from the subjects to support Buganda.

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