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The report is bad news for supporters of Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi who have been covertly working to secure his presidency in 2016.
Mbabazi maintains he is not interested in seeking Presidency in the upcoming polls.
During the meetings organized by the Woman MP for Masaka District Freda Mubanda, the Vice President commended party leaders and supporters for endorsing President Museveni, a move he called on all other NRM leaders and supporters across the country to emulate.
Ssekandi said endorsing President Museveni as a sole candidate will go a long way in consolidating unity and cohesion within the party and also boast the trust and confidence Ugandans have in the President and NRM leadership across the country.
He also called upon the people of Bukoto and Masaka in general to work hard and eliminate poverty from their homesteads and urged farmers to use the rains and open up more land for cultivation saying he will besides coffee seedlings avail more maize and bean seeds for planting.
The Vice President also called upon those involved in the distribution of seedlings and seeds to avoid any political, religious or cultural biases but serve all interested, ready and able to grow enough food for the community.
Mubanda assured local council leaders in Bukoto that the Ministry of Local Government is working towards getting them the long awaited bicycles adding that so far close to 50 districts have received these bicycles.
The meeting was also addressed among others by Masaka LC5 Chairman Joseph Kalungi and the District NRM Chairperson Peter Ssenkungu.