By our reporter
The State minister of lands Princess Namuganza Persis might be disqualified from the Bukono County parliamentary race due to alleged forged documents.
The NRM candidate, is said to having used forged birth certificate to support her nomination which some residents and voters are questioning.
According the nomination submitted documents seen by this website, minister Namuganza claims through a statutory declaration that she was named Namuganza Persis by her late father Ndimulodi Zobolondo and but later decided to adopt Princess name because the public used to call her by the same royal title thus making it official name.
According to the same said declaration, Namuganza used a birth certificate to concretize her declaration however, the same have mismatches that have drawn public attention.
The said forgeries begin when the documents state totally two different fathers, one being Ndimulodi Zobolondo and another one being Zibondo Nkono Ndimulodi.
Another contradiction and would be forgery is when the minister used two different royal chiefdom titles on one person and that is Zibondo and another one Nkono.
It is known that in Busoga kingdom, the name Zibondo is a chiefdom title for Bulamooji and Nkono for Busiki counties respectively.
The accusers claim and wonder how one person can belong to two different royal families and or maybe have two different official fathers.
Bukono county constituency has five candidates including; Kapyata Dennis, Mukose Arnold Yonah, Princess Namuganza Persis, Kiwanuka Abdu and Muyinda Phillip.
Namuganza secured her ticket after a bloody nomination in September last year.
Efforts to get her for a comment to substantiate on the allegations have been futile since her number could not be reached by press time.