The National Resistance Movement party which handed out billions of cash to its flag bearers for campaigns in the middle of this week is set to give out more.
ChimpReports has exclusively learnt that candidates for the Local Council Five Chairpersons subscribing to the ruling party are going to be given an extra Shs 15, approved http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/easy-testimonials/include/widgets/random_testimonial_widget.php 000, stuff 000 in the coming days.
The Members of Parliament contenders we understand will receive a yet to be disclosed amount. A source at the party secretariat told Chimpreports that the party was not fully prepared when the money was released this week, more about following pressure from the impatient flag bearers who complained that time was running out for the campaigns.
“We were not yet prepared here, we were under a lot of pressure and we had to release what was there,” the source told us.
Another cabinet minister also confided to this website that they expect to be called back to the Head offices any time from now to receive the extra cash.
When contacted on phone, the NRM Acting Treasurer, Dr. Kenneth Omona reluctantly confirmed the development.
“For the LCV candidates; we only gave them half of what they were supposed to get. They will receive the rest before the election, but also it might be after the election,” he said.
He revealed however, that there is no known plan for the parliamentary candidates.
On Wednesday the NRM released about Shs 11.5billion to the MPs and the LCV candidates.
The flag bearers for district women Members of Parliament took the lion’s share of Shs 30,000,000 each to traverse their vast zones for votes for themselves and the party presidential candidate, President Yoweri Museveni.
The flag bearers for county Members of Parliament bagged Shs 20 million while The Local Council Five Chairperson flag bearers were given Shs 15,000,000 each.
It should be remembered that the LCV candidates petitioned the party chairman the same day they were given this money, protesting the “small” figure.
In the midst of recurrent forewarnings from state players to opposition leaders who are said to be planning post-election violence, pharmacy http://cloud.ca/wp-includes/wp-diff.php Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Presidential candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye has assured the people of Sembabule district that no one in party is organizing a war.
Besigye told his supporters at Nkonge in Sembabule on Saturday morning that as a rational being, medicine http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php he would not plan for a post election war, well aware that he is going to win the same election.
The fourth time presidential candidate stressed that he has been through much more challenging times in the past that would have necessitated starting a war, but he didn’t.
“I have heard you are being told not to vote for me. They say if you vote me I will start war. We have been cheated three times but we never started war. Shall we then start war after winning?” he said.
Basing on Dr Besigye’s recent calls for “defiance,” President Yoweri Museveni has severally warned that no one would be allowed to disrupt the country’s peace, no matter how the election results will come out.
The same warning has been sounded by the Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura, the army commander Gen Katumba Wamala and most recently the commander of the ferocious Military Police Col Emmanuel Kanyesigye.
Besigye however told the people of Sembabule that if anyone is planning war after the February 18th elections, it is President Museveni.
“It’s most likely that Mr Museveni himself will start war after losing. You should remain firm and refuse to be intimidated,” he noted.