cialis 40mg store http://cem.edu.uy/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/generic_item.php sans-serif; color: #222222;”>Sources in the party exclusively revealed to us that the Monday meeting which will take place at the usual State House Entebbe where the powerful Mbabazi, also the Prime Minister, was humiliated in front of his juniors on accusations of masterminding plans and executing them through proxies led by his wife Mrs. Jackline Mbabazi, the chairperson Women’s League and sister-in-law, also the former Minister, Hope Mwesigye.
“He (Mbabazi) is again going to face us on Monday at the same place. We want to diminish him for all,” an NRM source said.
When contacted on phone, the NRM Chief Whip, Justine Kasule Lumumba, confirmed the development and gave more details that show that Monday is the last day.
It will conclude on the coming 2015 party delegate’s conference which shall pick the presidential flag bearer for 2016 general elections.
“It is true another caucus is scheduled for Monday to position ourselves for the 2016 elections. Just like others, we must get ready for that (2016) and all our members shall decide on the way forward,” Lumumba told us.
Lumumba added that on that same day, they will table and exhaust the nomination and election of NRM candidates in the primaries without divulging details of whether it will also affect the presidential flag bearer primaries since they had already passed a resolution fronting President and Chairman of the Party, Yoweri Museveni, as the sole candidate.
“We are also discussing about the primaries and how members are going to stand and be elected in different positions or as flag bearers next year,” Lumumba went on.
The caucus had a two days heated meeting this week, on Monday and Tuesday, discussing Cohesion and Indiscipline in the party which twisted on Mbabazi, who members accused of undermining the party by trying to involve in activities which overshadow the party chairman.
The Tuesday meeting consequently removed all practical powers from Mbabazi leaving his name as Secretary General only on paper.
The youthful Minister without portfolio in charge of political mobilisation, Richard Todwon, consequently replaced Mbabazi.