During the debates to the regional tier bill in May of 2005 where districts in Buganda were deemed to have agreed to the arrangement, other regions such as Lango, Busoga, Bunyoro, Tooro and Teso demanded the federo system and wanted to be automatically deemed just like Buganda.
In the September of 2000, Hon Ken Lukyamuzi on CBS named districts which wanted to be organised in federo states and what federo states these should be. Among others Hon. Ken Lukyamuzi mentioned:
1. Gulu, Kitgum of Acholi
2. Bushenyi, Mbarara, Ntungamo of Ankole
3. Kalangala, Kiboga, Masaka, Luweero, Rakai, Mpigi, Mubende, Mukono of Buganda
4. Hoima, Masindi of Bunyoro
5. Jinja, Iganga, Kamuli of Busoga
6. Apach, Lira of Lango
7. Kabarole of Tooro
The Odoki Commission informed Ugandans in 1994 that 65% of Ugandans expressed their desire for a federal form of government. Taking the submissions to the Ssempebwa Commission and considering the 2002 population census, it is 81 percent of Ugandans who aspire for federal system.
With all this in the background, federo is a matter of time.