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Kasule says he turned down NRM money. Chimpreports.com could not independently verify this claim.
FDC President Col. Kizza Besigye welcomed the move, saying it was a right step in the correct direction for the opposition in its plans to form a solid force behind one candidate to defeat NRM.
DP Secretary General Mathias Nsubuga the people of Butambala not to be deceived by the gifts and money that the NRM is offering but rather aim at pushing what he termed as the dictatorial regime out of their constituency and the country at large.
Nsubuga maintained Kivumbi will score very well in the forth coming by-elections scheduled for September 12.
He therefore called upon all the DP supporters, well wishers and all Ugandans to come and escort Kivumbi for the nominations due August 28.
Mathias added that this is the time for Ugandans to show President Museveni that they are tired of his reign of corruption and terror.
“The people of Butambala should not dare risk voting for the NRM candidate as it has been in the recent by-elections were the oppositions parties have merged winners,” said Nsubuga.
Government spokesperson Mary Karooro Okurut on Monday said NRM would put to use all resources available to defeat opposition candidates in Usuk and Butambala by-elections.