Tooro Prince David Kijanangoma has finally found the love of his life, according to a close friend.
In their presidential tribunal report on Tooro’s conflicts, religious leaders observed that one of the issues Prince David George Kiijanangoma Araali needed to handle immediately if he wanted to ascend to the coveted Tooro Royal seat was to legalize his marital status.
Leadership, according to them, must be shown from the smallest unit–the family.
Yet, the reigning King, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru is not yet married at 25 years.
Recently, Tooro elders Kiijanangoma at his official Rwengoma Palace with ‘a special message’.
“As elders of Tooro, we have seen that our son Oyo has totally failed to give him more time in the palace thinking he ‘will catch up’ is to throw our culture and our mother land to ‘whom it may concern’. Therefore, we are instructing you to find a wife, introduce and marry as the first condition as we also do our part to officially begin a struggle to restore Tooro’s pride, beginning with this Tooro conference of22/Dec/2016,” the letter read in part.
According to Andrew Irumba, the man behind Kijanangoma’s pending ascension, the elders confessed they had never seen a Tooro Empaango (coronation) in their life times like this year’s.
The anniversary was marred by the death of Oyo’s Uncle Prince Jimmy Mugenyi, lawyer Nyamutale and lawyer Johnson Musana.
As we learnt, Kijanangoma’s marriage is set for July 2017.
The yet to be revealed virgin Tooro-Queen-to-be hails from Kasunga village, Butiti sub-county, Butiti County-Kyenjojo District.
She is set to meet the prince’s family and close friends for the very first time on October 22, 2016 from 4pm at Traveller’s Inn Fort Portal.
She will be celebrating her 23rd anniversary on the same day.