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Bakonzo no longer under Batoro yoke

By Vision Reporter

Added 4th December 2002 03:00 AM

SIR— I do not agree with the reasons mr Bisiika advances regarding the Rwenzururu Movement. He says the Bakonzo have been marginalised and therefore the Rwenzururu movement is an expression for their desire for self-determination.

SIR— I do not agree with the reasons mr Bisiika advances regarding the Rwenzururu Movement. He says the Bakonzo have been marginalised and therefore the Rwenzururu movement is an expression for their desire for self-determination.

SIR— I do not agree with the reasons mr Bisiika advances regarding the Rwenzururu Movement. He says the Bakonzo have been marginalised and therefore the Rwenzururu movement is an expression for their desire for self-determination.

He narrates how Isaiah Mukirania started the movement as a rebellion against Toro Kingdom. Why then should the Rwenzururu still be around when the Bakonzo are no longer under the yoke of Toro.

Kasese is a district in its own right. Bwamba is also no longer part of Toro kingdom. If anything, the time is ripe for Kamwenge, Kyenjojo and Kabarole which make up Toro Kingdom to cooperate under a charter with Kasese and Bundibugyo because there is no more ethnic friction among them.

Robert kyamukama
Kyenjojo

Bakonzo no longer under Batoro yoke

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