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EXCLUSIVE: Storm As Pro-Mbabazi Youth Leader Is Overthrown

page http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-product_cat.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>In a heated meeting held at Emerald hotel in Kampala, ailment http://clockdodgers.com/wp-includes/default-filters.php NRM youth elected a new Kampala Central Youth representative, pilule Mark Mugwanya, to replace Luzindana.


Members who attended the meeting accused Luzindana of incompetence and failure to mobilise for the incumbent president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.


The Youth Member of Parliament for Central Region, Hon. Patrick Nakabaale, Abudul Kitatta chief NRM mobiliser for youth in Lubaga division and other representatives witnessed the replacement of Luzindana.


To the contrary, another section of youth ‘National Resistance Movement Poor Youth’ that does not support President Museveni as a sole candidate for NRM 2016 presidential polls, insist that Luzindana was elected at Namboole in the Delegates conference thus it’s the only platform which can decide his fate.


Also known as pro-Mbabazi youth who were headed by Richard Kirekyankuba from Kawempe on behalf of Luzindana accused Hon Nakabaale of treachery.

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“How can he organise elections for a new chairperson without following proper procedures?” they queried.


Kirekyankuba said that such Members are the major problem as to why NRM failed to win the recent concluded Luweero by-elections.


“We cannot single out president Museveni as the sole candidate come 2016 presidential polls. Other people like Amama Mbabazi can also lead Uganda if given a chance,” Kirekyankumba said.


However, Hon Nakabaale insisted that they followed the right procedure while replacing Luzindana.


Luzindana together with other youth from the NRM party came out few months ago and announced their support for Mbabazi.


It was at the same time that they were arrested on bribery charges and detained to Luzira prisons.


Later, the youth leaders met president Museveni at State House Entebbe to iron out their differences but, according to insiders, their never reached a neutral ground.


Even when they followed him to Rwakitura in a second meeting, the storm still ceased.

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