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EXCLUSIVE: NRM Diaspora League Changes Leadership

Mr Patrick Asiimwe is the new head of the NRM Diaspora League

The National Resistance Movement members in the diaspora have appointed the United Kingdom based immigration solicitor Patrick Assimwe to lead the party supporters outside the country.

ChimpReports has learned that on the 2nd of August 2016, dosage http://charadas.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-comment-endpoint.php the general assembly of the NRM diaspora members convened at the National Theatre Gardens and resolved to put an interim management.

Abbey Walusimbi who works in California, United States and has led the group for more than 10 years was removed, and Mr. Assimwe who was serving as the NRM UK Chapter Chairman was fronted as the new leader.

When contacted on phone, the NRM Diaspora League Spokesman, Moses Kimuli Murindwa confirmed the development and said his group is destined to a good future since the change of headship was overdue.

“It is true we sat in early August and elected a new leader in the names of Patrick Asiimwe. We respect Mr. Walusimbi, appreciate his time with us and we have moved on now,” Kimuli Murindwa said.

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga (C) and Walusimbi on her immediate right

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga (C) and Walusimbi on her immediate right

According to sources Walusimbi was removed because of alleged incompetence and the lack of impact the group was playing both in Uganda and abroad.

Several projects and initiatives from abroad allegedly nosedived because of the style of old leadership that did not stimulate or pushed for their success.

“We have many things like good condition used medical equipment from the U.K and other countries stuck at the URA (Uganda Revenue Authority) stores simply because our leaders failed to follow them up,” a source from the group who asked not to be named said.

The new leadership has started working according to pictures obtained byChimpReports. Mr. Assiimwe and his group were seen with different Ugandan officials including the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga during the UK Convention.

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