Avoid cliques in the party- Hon Sseninde tells Kayunga NRM leaders

Wednesday 10th November 2021

The NRM director for mobilization, Hon. Rosemary Sseninde Nansubuga has asked the party leaders to avoid cliques and infighting that she said are not taking the party anywhere.

Speaking to party leaders from the subcounties of Kitimbwa and Kayonza sub counties, Bbaale constituency in Kayunga district, Hon Sseninde said that cliques have led to division of the party and loss of support.

“We can never go anywhere with cliques and infighting. Stop making accusations against each other. The party leaders should help our people unite to take the party forward,”Sseninde said.

“We are here as party leaders to ensure everyone unites. These fights will not solve anything. Let us unite and vote for NRM candidates.”

The NRM director for mobilization said it is wrong for some of the leaders to keep blaming the party over some shortcomings that she said can easily rectified. She urged them to look at a bigger picture.

“If you think you are angry for NRM and vote for opposition in other positions, you won’t achieve anything. Let us have the spirit of voluntarism just like our opponents. Why do we spill our secrets to outsiders? We know there are some shortcomings, but there are many good things that the NRM government has done .. Let us stop infights that are breaking our party. There are many poverty alleviation programs that you should make sure people are interested in joining,”Sseninde said.

The NRM director for mobilization said the infighting has been a cause of delayed service delivery and said this should be avoided at all costs.

“Let us go back to the grassroots and tell people we are united. Let us forget the past and we move forward as a party so as we help elevate the population.”

The Kayonza subcounty NRM chairperson, David Kato said the upcoming LC5 byelection is a blessing in disguise that will help foster unity in the party.

“Let us unite and rally behind Andrew Muwonge as the party flag bearer so that we can reclaim our victory,” Kato said.

He however asked government to ensure the Kayonza-Bbaale-Galiraya road is tarmacked as one of the pledges made by President Museveni.

Also present at the meeting were party officials including the NRM director for information and public relations, Hon. Emmanuel Dombo, Hajjati Faridah Kibowa, the national women council chairperson, Hon. Suleiman Kyebakoze Madada, the former Bbaale County MP and Hon Saleh Kamba from the office of the National chairman among others.

The meeting is part of the regional tours launched by the NRM Secretary General, Rt.Hon. Richard Todwong .