The National Resistance Movement party top officials on Wednesday rushed for a born-again prayer crusade to seek intervention following a devastating aftermath of the just concluded party primaries.
The Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba and her Deputy Richard Todwong yesterday evening sneaked from their headquarters at Kyadondo, approved http://crememinceur.com/wp-includes/rewrite.php that was being bombarded with losers’ petitions, remedy http://codesiconsulting.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/admin/seo-settings.php to go to the presence of God.
The convoy of the duo stormed Nakivubo stadium at 7 pm where Synagogue Church of All Nations under Pastor Samuel Kakande had organized an evening crusade.
Lumumba and Todwong, http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-includes/class-smtp.php who are well known Roman Catholics arrived and stayed around up to 11pm; attentively listening to the preaching and often getting on their knees for their prayers to be heard.
The NRM held this week held its parliamentary and LC5 primary elections and is yet to survive the subsequent storm.
When contacted on phone on Thursday, Todwong said he and Lumumba made their mind together to pray to God, but added that this was a normal prayer and not necessarily as a result of the party challenges.
“We went to the crusade together just like the people we found in the crowd. It was not because of those election things you are trying to bring up,” Todwong said.
“Disagreements and petitions are always expected in every elections and they are not a reserved of the NRM. We are expeditiously handling everything ourselves without seeking for any supernatural help,” Todwong added.
Many ministers and incumbent Members of Parliament lost the Tuesday poll including Ministers Maj. Gen. Kahinda Otafiire, Jessica Alupo Nyombi, Nyombi Thembo, and Evelun Anite.
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