http://crewchiefpro.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/seo.php sans-serif; color: #222222;”>Yesterday, seek different teams from over 56 districts across the country led by Rtd Lt. David Magezi met at the party headquarters along Kyadondo Road in Kampala to draw a comprehensive plan on how to replace the old campaign team which they accuse of selfishness and opportunism.
The purpose, according to Lt Magezi, was to find the best strategy of appointing new leaders who will solicit support for the party wholeheartedly without even being paid or bribed.
“Much as the Central Executive Committee has not yet elected the candidate to contest in the 2016 general elections, I will mobilise all the necessary support for President Museveni without fear or favour,” Lt Magezi swore.
He further challenged some of the NRM leaders for ignoring their party during “this critical moment” yet when they go soliciting for votes; they claim to be NRM members which contributes to divisions within the party.
Meanwhile, some of those who attended the meeting vowed to rally behind President Museveni come 2016.
At the moment, NRM MPs are traversing the country and visiting their constituencies in a bid to sell the Kyankwanzi resolution that forwarded President Museveni as the sole candidature for the coming polls.
The exercise has, however, met several setbacks, especially with the piling unfilled pledges the President made in the last general elections.
MPs in most districts of western Uganda are being quizzed by electorates on why the President has never delivered the things he promised them and why they should trust him with their votes again.
That aside the opposition accuses the ruling party of squandering tax payers’ money in the process of soliciting votes for President Museveni.