Resistance Movement-NRM leaders in Kayunga are backing the National Unity
Platform-NUP Candidate Harriet Nakwede for the Kayunga LCV Chairperson seat.
The leaders include the Party Publicity Secretary Joseph Ouma and Patrick
Nsanja Kayongo, the Member of Parliament for Ntenjeru South County. Nsanja
contested as an Independent candidate after losing to Baseke Fred in the NRM party
They say that they feel betrayed by the NRM leadership and the and lack of
transparency among the party leaders.
Nsanja says for the better development of the district, he decided to join
Nakwede and committed to protecting her votes against any sort of rigging by
the NRM party.
“We only have one position to vote for and that is the LCV seat, I have been
moving with the NRM party and convinced they are good at rigging votes but this
time they should understand the team I have joined is ready to protect its
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However, the NRM Party Spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa says Nsanja and the team
are free to join any camp of their choice. He adds that the party’s
disciplinary committee for the party will decide on the next course of action
against the two leaders.
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race has attracted six candidates including Andrew Muwonge of the ruling
National Resistance Movement-NRM party, Harriet Nakwede of the National Unity
Platform-NUP, Anthony Waddimba from the Democratic Party-DP and independent
candidates; Boniface Bandikubi, Majid Nyanzi and Jamil Kamoga. They are
all seeking to replace Feffeka Serubogo, who died just months after taking