KYOTERA – Mr Kintu Kisekulo the LCV Chairperson of Kyotera district has apparently freed his Kyotera based home and went into hiding over a debt amounting to Ugx 46million.
This follows business mogul Guster Lule better known by his business name Ntakke’s camping at the district boss’ home demanding to get back his money.
According to Ntakke, Kisekulo obtained the money (Ugx 46million) from him promising to get him a huge chunk of land where he would build another arm of the Ntakke Group of companies.
Kisekulo who would not be reached for a comment since all his known phone contacts were off has apparently freed his home in fear of what might happen next and is said to be seeking refuge in Kyotera town.
Political analysts have for long tagged Mr Kisekulo to being on course of ‘a one term leader’ saying his tenure was characterized by massive corruption and lack of a serious work plan.
Mr Patrick Kintu Kisekulo was overwhelmingly defeated in the NRM primaries by Charles Lubega Ziriddamu for the Kyotera District LCV NRM flag.
According to final results announced by party Electoral Commission returning officer Mr Benjamin Lugaaju for the primaries Mr. Ziriddamu got 29,648 (67.8%) votes while Mr. Kintu Kisekulo got 14068 (32.2%) of the votes.
Kisekulo, who is the incumbent Kyotera District chairperson in 2017 controversially defeated Ziriddamu who was the interim chair of the border district that had just been created.
Kyotera district became operational on July 1, 2017 after it was carved out of mother district, Rakai.