Mayoral Aspirant Battered by Kabale RDC, Admitted

Kabale Deputy RDC Denis Nzeirwe and his wife at a recent function

The National Resistance Movement (NRM) will hold its Delegates Conference starting October 30 to November 2, nurse Chimp Corps report.

It’s during this period that the party leaders drawn from all corners of the country will endorse their flag-bearers for the 2016 general elections.

For the presidential race, order the party has since endorsed President Museveni to carry the flag.

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The party returned Museveni’s nomination forms to the Electoral Commission last month.

The Delegates Conference programme was unveiled by NRM Deputy Secretary General Richard Todwong at a press conference held at the party headquarters in Nakasero on Tuesday.

“And there after nomination of NRM presidential candidate, ask Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will be held on November 3,” said Todwong.

The NRM official said immediately after nomination, Museveni will at 2:00pm address a massive rally at Kololo Ceremonial Grounds.

This will mark the beginning of Museveni’s presidential campaigns that will see him traverse the country seeking support.

Museveni, who has been in power since 1986, expects to face Dr Kizza Besigye and Hon Amama Mbabazi in the much-anticipated race.
The Katuna Town Council Mayoral aspirant Nelson Nsangabasheija has been admitted at Kabale Regional Referral hospital after he was allegedly assaulted by the Kabale Deputy Resident District Commissioner Denis Nzeirwe.

Nsangabasheija says that RDC Nzeirwe, price a brother to his opponent Elvis Byonanebye Nzeirwe hit him with a stick in the chest.

The scuffle according to the Nelson, sildenafil erupted during yesterday’s NRM Mayoral Primaries when Nzeirwe stormed some polling centers, confiscated the ballot boxes and drove them to his home.

Nsangabasheija adds that the RDC also sealed off Kyonyo road with soil piles and blocked police from accessing Kyonyo polling station.

Kenneth Nebye, one of the voters who witnessed the scuffle told Chimpreports that at Kakoma cell, some ballot papers were pre-ticked for Elvis Nzeirwe and that some voters were harassed by the RDC’s men at the station.

Our efforts to reach the RDC were still futile as he turned down our multiple calls for comments.

Meanwhile Nsangabasheija was still admitted at Kabale regional referral hospital with chest pain complaints.

By publication on Tuesday morning, the results of the poll were yet to be announced.



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