The National Resistance Movement has launched village based scientific campaigns as the party strategy to recapture Kayunga District which had slipped from its hands in the recent general election.
The position fell vacant after the untimely death of the district LC5 chairperson, Ffeffekka Serubogo In June this year.
The NRM 1st National vice chairman, Alhajji Moses Kigongo together with the director for mobilization, Rosemary Sseninde on Thursday held a scientific meeting of leaders from Ntenjeru North constituency at Namagabi Senior Secondary school in Kayunga Town council where they came up with the strategy.
Speaking to the leaders, Kigongo urged them to ignore anything else and unite to canvass votes for the party flagbearer, Andrew Muwonge in the forthcoming Kayunga LC5 bye-election.
“I thank you for turning up for this meeting and good work you are doing but in all you do, you must know that voting for Muwonge is the key. There are things you say NRM has not done well but we shall tackle that at the right time since now is time to canvass votes for our candidate,”Kigongo said.
He said that the party leadership knows of the insights among the leaders in Kayunga but said that can be tackled at another time but the main focus of the leaders should be unity and seeking support for their candidate.
“Reduce on anger because it might cause you problems. Yes, anger is there but we can’t use it to achieve what we want. I want every leader to be cool headed as we canvass votes for Muwonge. If you use anger, you will have scored an own goal.” He added.
The NRM director for mobilization and cadre development, Hon Rosemary Sseninde said she was happy that leaders have slowly by slowly understood the need for unity and that this will ensure the party wins the Kayunga LC5 seat.
“The road is now clear. People are now focused on ensuring unity. Some of the issues most talked about in the meetings are internal fighting but we urge you to stop fighting proxy wars since these affect our NRM party. Let us all rally behind our flag bearer, Andrew Muwonge,” Sseninde said.
Today, the NRM 1st National vice chairman, Alhajji Moses Kigongo together with the director for mobilization, Rosemary Sseninde held a scientific meeting of leaders from Ntenjeru North constituency at Namagabi Senior Secondary school in Kayunga Town council. pic.twitter.com/DbVLMF0mdk
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