Former Security Minister and now 2021 presidential contender Lt. Gen. Henry Tumukunde is scheduled to meet the Uganda Police Forces leadership seeking for guidelines on Public Order Management Act.
Gen. Tumukunde earlier this month wrote to Electoral Commission seeking permission to consult his supporter in line with the electoral laws that empowers all contenders of the presidency to consult their supporters a year to elections.
Eagle Online can reveal that Gen. Tumukunde will be at police headquarters at 2.30 pm.
“Whereas section 3 of the Presidential election Act 2005 provides in (1) that An aspirant may consult in preparation for his or her nomination as a presidential candidate within twelve months before the nomination date and in (2) a that a candidate may carry out nationwide consultations. I wish to notify the Electoral Commission that I will be proceeding to carry out consultation across the country.” reads part of the letter Gen. Tumukunde personal took to EC headquarters.