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FDC Dismayed As Nabilah Spills Party Rot on Facebook

Hon Nabilah Sempala on Saturday spilled FDC's rot on social media

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The office of Nina located at Kajonkya Street, Bukoto was marauded by about half a dozen of mean-looking redtop military officers led by one Col. Kanyesige according to the group leader of Mbabazi`s NRM Poor Youth, Adams Luzindana.

“They came and forced their way into Nina`s office in Bukoto yesterday without any official notice,” Luzindana told this reporter on phone on Saturday afternoon.

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Just like his father, Nina Mbabazi is however not new to controversies and has on many occasions been engulfed in a financial and verbal battles with the ruling National Resistance Movement party.

Nina is said to be holding the NRM party register which she and her father refused to hand over to the party officials on account of Shs 5bn which the party is first supposed to pay them.

Months ago, the NRM Secretary General, Justine Kasule Lumumba who replaced Mbabazi told media that they had given up on the register.

NRM has started registering members afresh with the aim of acquiring a new register before the country enters the general elections slated for February 2016.

It is now not clear if the party is still interested in the old register to inform the move by the army who raided Nina`s office or there is an intelligence report linking her office to activities for her father who is viewed to be ready to challenge President Yoweri Museveni in the coming elections.

The efforts to reach army and the police spokesmen were futile as Col. Paddy Ankunda and Fred Enanga respectively did not pick our repetitive phone calls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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“They came and forced their way into Nina`s office in Bukoto yesterday without any official notice,” Luzindana told this reporter on phone on Saturday afternoon.

Just like his father, Nina Mbabazi is however not new to controversies and has on many occasions been engulfed in a financial and verbal battles with the ruling National Resistance Movement party.

Nina is said to be holding the NRM party register which she and her father refused to hand over to the party officials on account of Shs 5bn which the party is first supposed to pay them.

Months ago, the NRM Secretary General, Justine Kasule Lumumba who replaced Mbabazi told media that they had given up on the register.

NRM has started registering members afresh with the aim of acquiring a new register before the country enters the general elections slated for February 2016.

It is now not clear if the party is still interested in the old register to inform the move by the army who raided Nina`s office or there is an intelligence report linking her office to activities for her father who is viewed to be ready to challenge President Yoweri Museveni in the coming elections.

The efforts to reach army and the police spokesmen were futile as Col. Paddy Ankunda and Fred Enanga respectively did not pick our repetitive phone calls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Leaders at the Forum for Democratic Change have Saturday afternoon expressed anger over one of their own Hon Nabila Naggayi Sempala, information pills http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/class-wp-error.php who took to social media to expose the rot inside the opposition.

The party was Saturday holding its grassroots elections in all the five divisions of the capital Kampala, medical which witnessed a number of irregularities according to Hon Nabilah.

The Kampala Woman MP, viagra overwhelmed with cases of anomalies, took her Facebook wall and posted, a strong worded document with the headline; “PRESS RELEASE!!!!!! PRESS RELEASE!!!!!! PRESS RELEASE!!!!!! PRESS RELEASE!!!!!! IRREGULARITIES IN THE FDC GRASSROOT ELECTIONS IN KAMPALA!…”

She highlighted in the post that in the past few hours she had received hundreds of reports from the various divisions pertaining anomalies in process of the registration, documentation and monitoring exercises.

“I have so far received a total of 18 reports of the presiding officers not turning up in the designated polling centers in Parishes of Buziga, Wabigalo, Kisugu and Kibuli,” she spilled.

“The overall highest number of complainants is youth aged between 18-25 years. Women complainants are leading the male complainants by far because most of them came very early to the polling areas and they have to go to work.”

She went on to highlight figures of people who had erroneously been removed from the party register without their knowledge, as well those who have been registered without their knowledge.

She wondered, “What is going on here? There is no FDC voters register anywhere in Kampala. The officers in Charge just come with pen and paper and it’s a walk in, buy a card, register and vote. There is no opportunity for a candidate who wishes to stand for example as a Chairperson FDC Kololo 1 Parish to campaign because that process has not been provided for.”

“This is a betrayal of the highest order by the FDC Electoral Commission and the FDC Party and we call on all FDC voters who can still vote to go out and vote today on the 6th of May to minimize the impact of fraudulent votes.”

Hon Nabila Sempala this week announced that she would stand to contest for the party’s Secretary General seat against others like Hon Nandala Mafabi, and Hon Chasiano Wadri.

She earlier told Chimpreports in an interview that she was the remedy that FDC and opposition needed in the quest to topple the current NRM government.

“All the FDC party members and in fact the whole country should expect innovation and pragmatic solutions to the challenges that the opposition has been facing in Uganda. I am ready to offer it and very confident to achieve it,” she told us on phone.

However some of her Colleagues at Najjanankumbi we contacted following her Facebook post were puzzled by her decision to post the party wrongs on social media.

One who preferred anonymity said was yet another of FDC’s problems. “We are not shocked. She’s been fighting her battles with many people here; she knows what she’s doing.”

The party spokesperson Mr John Kikonyogo when contacted was equally dismayed. He told us, “Well she’s exposing herself. She is exposing her weaknesses because she is an FDC leader. I really don’t want to comment on Hon Nabilah’s comments.”

Her fans too on social media were disgruntled: “I have now believed what I head last year, that Hon Nabilah is an NRM Mole,” commented one Lwanga Sempijja.

“Hon Nabilah, a woman keeps secrets.”

“If a leader who even has the chance to petition the party EC either in writing or a mere phone call can go ahead to take her disgruntlement to social media, what about me who supports from kirasha (stands)??? You ought to check your strategy otherwise it’s not too late to get back on track.”

 

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