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Royal chiefs to hold parallel Kyabazinga day celebrations

Jinja, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A section of royal chiefs from Busoga kingdom, have threatened to hold parallel celebrations for Kyabazinga day. Kyabazinga day is celebrated annually on February 11, in commemoration of a closed meeting held in the early 1930s, when the then Busoga chiefs unanimously agreed to elect …

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Gabula Nadiope is still King of Busoga: Prime Minister

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Busoga Kingdom Prime Minister Joseph Muvawala has dismissed a letter in which six royal chiefs resolved to impeach King Gabula Nadiope. The chiefs include; Yekonia Isiko, the royal chief of Kisiki chiefdom, John Ntale, the royal chief of Bunhole Bunanumba, Robert Mukajanga, the royal …

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Busoga kingdom reacts to Kadaga’s loss of speakership

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Busoga Kingdom has expressed sadness over the loss of the former Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga to her rival and former Deputy Speaker, Jacob Oulanyah. Kadaga suffered humiliating defeating during the election of the speaker at Kololo ceremonial grounds on Monday evening. She polled 197 votes …

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Kadaga wants relief food distributed across the country

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga has tasked able members of the public to contribute towards aiding the vulnerable people within their communities overcome the challenges that came with COVID-19 restrictions. Kadaga observed that the national taskforce is currently concentrating its’ food aid campaigns …

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Busoga kingdom halts enthronement of new Budhagali oracle

Jinja, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT  |  The proposed installation of the new Oracle of Bujjagali falls Hassan Kirunda has been halted, on a directive by Busoga Kingdom officials led by Cultural Affairs Minister Richard Mafumo. Kirunda was on Sunday morning confirmed as the new oracle of Bujjagali falls, replacing the deceased …

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