Serve the NRM without conditions- Seninde tells Nakawa leaders

Thursday 25th May 2023

The Director of Mobilisation at the NRM secretariat, Hon. Rosemary Seninde has said that party leaders should desist from being lazy and complaining, saying the vice does not help to effect mobilisation of support at the grass root.

Seninde was today traversing Nakawa division in a bid to morale boost leaders of the party structures and seek accountability of government funds.

She said, “It is unfortunate that some of our leaders are ever complaining that they lack facilitation to reach out to the public. The NRM party is for us all and nobody was coerced to join. If a leader complains, what should the ordinary people do?” Seninde wondered.

She added that, “you are the light to the people you lead and they trust you. So guide them well. You need to be different from them. Our opponent will exploit these loopholes and our supporters will be snatched away.”

She empathized that, “As a leader of a home you don't announce the challenges of your home to the world because you will be giving enemies what to say. The NRM youth are very energetic but they need to be led and guided well,” Mrs. Seninde advised leaders.

She also guided that leaders must love and work unconditionally without expectations of quick benefits. At all times, we must guard the NRM just like the supporters of the Chama Cha Mapenduzi in Tanzania and African National congress (ANC) in South Africa.

The NRM Chief Mobiliser praised President Museveni for his patience while handling issues related to the wellbeing of party members. “We should utilize his advice for the sake of improving the lives of all Ugandans while he is still around.”  

While responding to delayed PDM delays in Kampala, Seninde said that the government is revising the guidelines of the funds and verifying the formed SACCOs to suit the city environment.

“I pray that you give technocrats an opportunity to deliver what is best for this program,” Seninde said.  

The former EALA legislature who also contested for the Nakawa west seat, Hon. Margret Zziwa said he is confident that through public engagements, all the challenges within the party will be resolved.

“We appreciate the fact that you have gathered here as an NRM family to discuss the way forward. We can sort all our differences with honesty and open talk,” Zziwa said.