Pro-Mbabazi Youth Return with ‘Kisanja Hakuna Mchuzi’


A group of youth loyal to former Prime Minister and 2016 presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi known as NRM Poor Youth has resumed political activities around the country, what is ed Chimp Corps understand..

The group who now call themselves National Youth Activists for Change on Monday morning told journalists in Kampala that as members of the ruling NRM party, they could not sit behind and watch  as things go ‘astray’ yet they can do something to save the situation.

“We are fundamentally and ideologically members of the ruling NRM party who are against the injustices and machinations in this nation, ” said the group coordinator Vincent Kaggwa.

“We can’t sit as Makerere University has now been turned into a police barracks yet it is supposed to be a centre for academic excellence.”

They said they were not satisfied by the closure of the university on orders of President Museveni, stressing he had no powers to do so.

Museveni shut down the campus following weeks of unrest that threatened stability in the capital city .

Crane Bank

The group said it could not allow the sale of Crane Bank saying it is not right as this would ensure that the ‘ghost’ share holders would now be sharing the taxpayers’ money.

The group vowed to register members throughout the country as part of their activities meant to ensure they oust President Museveni.

According to the Youth Activists for Change, the way the economy is being run is not the best and that its their duty to ensure things move in the right direction.

“We are starting a campaign named ‘Kisanja Hakuna Mchuzi’ in a bid to cause change of government in Uganda.”

President Museveni at the start of this term launched what he termed as ‘Kisanja Hakuna Mchezo, a Kiswahili statement for serious work.

The group said this was a do-or-die campaign, adding they would not rest until they have achieved their goal of ousting President Museveni.

The group last year launched a series of activities including demonstrations in the city and storming of foreign missions  as some  of the ways they sought to express the discontentment with the ruling NRM government.


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