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Mayiga asks govt to return Bentley, three more Roll Royces

By Maria Wamala

Added 23rd September 2020 04:17 PM

The Katikiro made the appeal to Godfrey Kiwanda, the NRM Vice Chairperson, Central Region and the Govt chief whip, Ruth Nankabirwa during their visit at Bulange Mengo

Mayiga asks govt to return Bentley, three more Roll Royces

Photo by Maria Wamala

The Katikiro made the appeal to Godfrey Kiwanda, the NRM Vice Chairperson, Central Region and the Govt chief whip, Ruth Nankabirwa during their visit at Bulange Mengo

The Katikiro of Buganda, Charles Peter Mayiga, has asked the government of Uganda to return to the Kingdom, three more Rolls Royces and a Bentley which belonged to the Kabaka's mother and is currently in South Africa. 

Mayiga said the Kingdom intends to restore the Rolls Royce to its original state and asks the government to give a helping hand since the vehicle was vandalized while in government's custody.

 

Video by Maria Wamala

The Katikiro made the appeal to Godfrey Kiwanda, the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Vice Chairperson, Central Region and the Government chief whip, Ruth Nankabirwa during their visit at Bulange Mengo on Wednesday.

"The tension and violence in Uganda's electoral process, or the process within the parties and at the National level, are caused by what is viewed as an outright irregular electoral process," said Mayiga. 

 

Photo by Maria Wamala

He added that if there is daylight voter bribery, if firearms are brought out to intimidate voters, voters are likely to dispute election results in such situations. 

"NRM as a ruling party has a duty to its members to ensure peaceful free and fair elections, which should be done by instituting a credible electoral process first in the party and the at national level," he said. 

According to Mayiga, if the electoral process within the NRM party is peaceful, free and fair, then other parties will follow suit. 

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