David Kawunhe Muluya, the Isabalangira of Busoga has asked Edward Columbus Wambuzi, to apologize for forcefully taking over the official seat of Kyabazinga.
Kawunhe accuses Columbus of defying a court order, prohibiting him from taking the seat of the Kyabazinga.
He says that Wambuzi acted in breach of the laws of Busoga kingdom and those of the country, when he forcedly assumed the seat of the Kyabazinga on Wednesday.
Kawunhe, who heads the chiefs council in Busoga, says that they are still waiting for the constitutional court ruling before they elect a Kyabazinga, who is acceptable to all people of Busoga.
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Chief Fred Menhya from Bugweri says that it's shameful for Columbus Wambuzi to forcefully take over the seat of the Kyabazinga in defiance of a court order.
He says that the people of Busoga have had enough provocation from Wambuzi and will not take it any more.
However Chief Yasin Waguma Ntembe of Butembe attributes the problems in Busoga to lack of unity. He says the Basoga look at each with suspicion instead of building trust as brothers.
According to Waguma, by occupying the vacant seat of the Kyabazinga, Wambuzi has shown his love for development of Busoga region.
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Michael Kifubangabo the spokesperson of Busoga kingdom says that those who are accusing Columbus Wambuzi, of illegally occupying the seat of Kyabazinga should question those who elected him.
The election of Wamubuzi, to replace his late father Wako Wambuzi has divided the community in Busoga, with some insisting that the institution of Kyabazinga is held on a rotational basis.