Drama ensued at the launch of the NRM registration exercise in Fort Portal when a Reverend Father attached to Fort Portal diocese went on rampage and fought with the chairman LC3.
It happened on Monday at Kagote SDA hall, this site malady http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/videopress.php West division, viagra order Fort Portal municipality when Fr.Baryabuza Leo the NRM vice chairman Kyenjojo exchanged blows with Mr.Sanyu Rwamyeri the chairman LC3 Nyantungo sub county, Kyenjojo District accusing him of defaming him in public.
Trouble started when the NRM delegates from Kyenjojo rejected Mrs Winnie Ngobi as NRM district Registrar on claims that her name had been proposed and submitted by Minister Aston Kajara with the intention of sabotaging the NRM primary elections.
Fr. Baryabuza who was not in support for Ngobi’s election proposed Muhumuza Stephen alias Emboko who was also backed by LC5 chairman Kyenjojo James Byamukama.
Byamukama, who doubles as the district NRM chairman said, “I’m not in support of Ngobi because some of the aspirants in different positions in the 2016 general elections were fronting her and if elected as registrar she would be used to rig elections in their favor”.
This however did not go well with Chairman Rwamyeri who accused Fr. Baryabuza of being used by NRM district chairman James Byamukama to front a registrar who will favor them in rigging elections during primaries in Mwenge South where Byamukama plans to unseat Minister Kajara.
Mr.Rwamyeri further said that Fr. Baryabuza was some time back arrested on allegations of vote rigging in Kyenjojo.
Infuriated by the allegations Fr.Baryabuza got up and slapped Rwamyeri’s several times before a fight ensued. The duo was however rescued by the NRM delegates who were in a closed meeting.
Despite the protests, members ended up voting Winnie Ngobi as NRM registrar who won with 22 votes beating Muhumuza Stephen who garnered 11 votes.
James Byamukama the NRM chairman stormed out of the meeting after members elected his enemy Ngobi as registrar, leaving his boss Kenneth Omona who represented the NRM secretary General Kasule Lumumba in the hall.
Omona asked the members to go with this decision as the secretariats looks into their grievances.