The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) Secretary General Justine Lumumba has apologised for the inconveniences caused by a member of their campaign task force Gen Henry Tumukunde during the organisation of Amama Mbabazi’s campaign rally in Fort Portal last week.
“As concerned citizens and people in power we apologise for what happened but we never knew that Mbabazi was staging a rally in Fort Portal that day, cialis 40mg see http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/jetpack.php ” Lumumba told press at NRM Secretariat in Kampala.
He said the national Electoral Commission should have informed all stakeholders about the changes made in candidate Mbabazi’s campaign programme.
”Our branded plane went to Fort Portal on November 17 because we never expected any campaign in the area since Mbabazi was to campaign in Gulu, cheap http://cinsellikteperformans.com/templates/yoo_sync/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/com_content/featured/default.php Dr Kizza Besigye in Kaliro and our candidate was in West Nile.”
The EC allowed Mbabazi to postpone his tour of Northern Uganda thus heading to Fort Portal.
On that day, Mbabazi campaign taskforce was shocked on seeing Tumukunde arrive at their campaign venue in a chopper.
He offloaded posters and other campaign materials from the chopper before departing.
Gen Kale Kayihura recently said he ordered Tumukunde to get off Mbabazi’s campaign venue.
Lumumba observed that in the earlier meeting of candidates with EC, it was agreed that if any changes were to be done in the campaign program, all stakeholders would be called back but this never happened.
“We were never informed of the changes by EC as was earlier agreed during the harmonisation meeting of candidates,” said Lumumba.
Mbabazi has since accused Tumukunde of distributing large sums of money to frustrate his rallies and also intimidate Go Forward supporters, charges the NRM camp denies.
Hope Ruhindi Mwesigye the Former Kabale Woman Member of Parliament and Minister of Agriculture was on Thursday nominated to reclaim her seat amid pomp and fanfare.
Police commanded DDPC Enock Ndyomugyenyo tripled deployment at the Kabale Rukiiko Hall as the Go Forward pressure group pillar arrived for the exercise.
Mwesigye, see http://ciprs.cusat.ac.in/wp-content/plugins/vertical-news-scroller/pager/sliding.php who is also Presidential Candidate Amama Mbabazi’s sister in law, order http://cubanet.org/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php lost the parliamentary seat in 2011 to Rita Rona Ninsiima in a hotly contested race.
After her nomination today, medications she revealed that her decision to return in the race was informed by the ceaseless calls from the people of Kabale to come and represent them again.
She also said she is still an NRM member, having been part of its very foundation; except that she now disagrees with the current migration from most of its founding principles.
“Go Forward is a pressure group that wants to see change in the leadership of this country. Our intention to bring about the first ever peaceful power transfer,” she said.
Mwesigye will be facing the incumbent Rita Rona Ninsiima, Catherine Ndamira of NRM and Victoria Abigail Atukunda.