Former Youth Minister of Toro Kingdom Accused of Hijacking Students’ Association

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Students from Tooro Region under their Association dubbed Tooro Tertiary Institutions Students’ Association-TTISA are accusing the Former Youth Minister Tooro Kingdom Kamulindwa Patrick and Araali Kasagama of hijacking their Association.

Aliguma Patrick the current President of TTISA says that Kamulindwa and Kasagama registered their Association without their consent.

According to Aliguma, the two also went ahead opening an account in the bank where none of the leaders of the association is among the signatories.

During a press briefing held on Sunday(February 25) in Fort-portal Tourism City, the association president says that Kamulindwa and Kasagama are not the members of TTISA, wondering why they want to hijack their association for their personal gains. He described the two as conmen.

Aliguma, who spoke with anger, called upon the leaders from Tooro region, lawyers and other well-wishers to help in rescuing the association from the conmen.

Sylivia Birungi, the TTISA President Western Cluster told the journalists that last year, Kasagama approached and convinced her to sign on the documents that were meant to bring good working relationship with TTISA and Tooro Kingdom.

The Western Cluster president rejected Kasagama’s documents that are circulating on social media that she signed on the association’s constitution.

Nakimera Ketra says that she also met Kamulindwa in one of the hotels in Fort-portal and told her that he has already registered TTISA, which she opposed.

When our reporter contacted Kasagama and Kamulindwa on phone for a comment, they were not picking our repeated calls.

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