Lyantonde NRM leaders Warned on Mbabazi

Lyantonde District NRM leaders last Tuesday held a closed door meeting at Salama Shield Community Development Centre in Lyantonde Town with an aim of popularizing President Museveni’s sole candidature campaign ahead of the 2016 General Elections.

The meeting was called by a Statehouse official only identified as Akim and a district NRM official identified as Masembe.

The meeting was attended by a number of high profile notables including Buganda Region NRM Chairman, this web http://connectgroups.org.au/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php Hajji Abdul Naduli, http://crossfit908.com/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php Kakuto MP, http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-content/plugins/mailchimp/views/datepicker.php Mathias Kasamba, Kabula MP, James Kakooza, and the Guest of Honor was Information Minister, Rose Namayanja.

Also in attendance were several NRM mobilizers and leaders of different groups such as PWDs, youth, entrepreneurs, elderly, women, veterans and the five sub county NRM officers from different villages in the district.

Journalists were denied access to the hall but according to a source, the Minister among other speakers urged those in attendance to stop listening to ex-Premier, John Patrick Amama Mbabazi’s loyalists and to continue with the genuine NRM spirit.

Namayanja also thanked Lyantonde residents for being staunch NRM supporters and promised that the party chairman will shortly fulfill all his pledges which he made during his Campaign.

Namayanja tasked those in attendance to spread the gospel down to the grassroots so that their people are aware of the intentions of their party.

It is also said that at the end of the heavily attended meeting, each person in the meeting was handed Per Diems of Ushs 100,000.


Army officers were deployed at the venue to stop anyone who was not on the list of those to attend the meeting from accessing the hall.

Journalists were locked out
Journalists were locked out


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