The former, site http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/gplus-authorship.php Security Intelligence Coordinator, this site http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-content/plugins/seo-magico-pro/social-seo-pro/includes/social-seo-pro-scripts.php David Ssejusa has appealed to all opposition political parties in the country to adopt tougher methods if they want to bring about political change.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the annual National Delegates Conference at Katomi Resort Hotel in Entebbe Wakiso District, for sale http://contactburlco.org/wp-includes/feed-rss2.php Sejjusa challenged the party delegates to start vigorously fighting to win power using harder means.
“I am not a DP member but I have a long association with the party. Before I went to exile, I met several members of DP and I have been holding several meetings with the party heads,” Sejjusa said.
He challenged DP leaders to build capacities with all other units of strength and recognize the importance of each party since everyone in Uganda is important.
He termed as embarrassing that despite facilitating different leaders and groups in power, DP has never captured power.
“Almost all the people who have had to lead Uganda have used your support and infrastructure including the NRM during the bush war.”
“One mistake I can single out is that despite the strong infrastructure within DP, the party has not negotiated power which keeps on weakening the party.”
“The party has failed to study the modes of the population; this is the reason, why the population rallied behind Rtd Col. Kizza Besigye in the recent general elections
“The population followed Besigye because the mode had changed; the people wanted activism and were tired of the gospel of truth and justice. You must understand that you must take power so as to inculcate the culture of trust and justice. You can’t change things when still operating in corridors.”
Sejusa appealed to DP members to remain on course, reassuring them that they could win the coming elections because the party is strong.
“If Opposition does not build capacity, they can’t win Museveni.”
The National Resistance Movement Electoral Commission Chairperson Dr.Tanga Odoi has revealed his readiness to meet the party youth leaders at various levels to address their grievances in relation to the ongoing nomination exercise at the party level.
He said this following the numerous complaints received of the fee charged for nomination forms which some have described as unfair.
Currently, remedy http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-geolocation.php to pick nomination forms for the MP seat, page a non- refundable fee of two million shillings has to be paid and a party chairperson candidate must pay ten million Uganda shillings.
While addressing journalists at the party headquarters this morning at Kyadondo Road in Kampala, adiposity Odoi explained that the fees were passed by the CEC to regulate the NRM party primaries through reducing the number of people that show up to pick nomination forms.
“The payment for these forms will help to reduce on the number of unserious people who come to contest for various leadership positions. Paying for these forms will show those who are financially stable to participate the 2016 campaigns,” he said.
Odoi further disclosed that it is unnecessary for one to go through nominations and yet lack enough funding for the actual elections.
Odoi advised the youth interested in contesting for any big leadership post on the NRM card to join efforts and work as a team to decide on whom to represent them.