Observer The burial last week of Col. Livingstone Kateregga at Namaliri village in Mukono turned political when NRM politicians revealed that the fallen soldier was the district party chief mobilizer and arbitrator. The LC-V Chairman, Lukooya Mukoome, told mourners who included top Army officers, ministers and President Museveni, that NRM disputes in the district were always resolved in the colonels sitting room. You recall how one day we fought here in his sitting room and broke all his chairs? But he forgave us because of his kindness, Mukoome told mourners. On witchcraft, Museveni told Retired Arch Bishop Nkoyoyo that the main churches lack something, which is the reason people resort to witchcraft. He informed mourners that he also used to practice witchcraft while fighting in Luwero. He said he was made to jump a chicken three times during the Luwero war. He further revealed that one time he moved out of his tent only to hear sounds of artillery. He looked up and there was northing, only to be told by the villagers that it was mayembe (spirits) fighting the enemy.