Kijanangoma rules out reconciliation with Oyo

Kabarole- Prince David Kijanangoma has vowed not to yield to a request by King Oyo and his camp who are seeking reconciliation.

Prince Kijanangoma caused a storm in Tooro Kingdom when he disowned his cousin, King Oyo, accusing him of, among others, of abdicating his kingdom duties to stay in Kampala. He announced his takeover of the institution.

Last week, Princess Bagaya, the paternal auntie of King Oyo, met Prince Kijanangoma at Rwenzori Travelers Inn in Fort Portal Town. Prince Kijanangoma confirmed the meeting but said: “It was not a planned meeting.”

He added: “My camp is not ready to reconcile, there is no reason for reconciliation because for the 23 years Oyo has been reigning, his administration has done more harm evicting tenants and grabbing kingdom assets instead of the kingdom regaining its glory.”

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SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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