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Banyenzaki, who also doubles as the minister for Economic Monitoring in the Office of the President, delivered the money on Tuesday while meeting NRM leaders, opinion leaders and Ngozi group leaders in the parishes of Nyaruhanga, Nyamabaare, Mushanje, Nyakabungo and Kashaasha in Ikumba sub county Rubanda West constituency Kabale district.
The development is part of the countrywide exercise embarked on by NRM Members of Parliament to mobilise support for President Museveni whom they endorsed as a sole party candidate during the Kyankwanzi retreat.
Banyenzaki urged the locals to support the president in the forthcoming general elections saying, that he has a vision and “is able to lead this country for the good of the Ugandans”.
He, however, attacked religious leaders who have made it a habit to de-campaign NRM.
“Most of the religious leaders have diverted from preaching the Gospel and diverted to politicking. This is a disgrace,” Banyenzaki lashed out.
“NRM party has contributed towards the development of this country, no religious leader should stand to de-campaign it,” he pointed out, urging them to stick to their core role of preaching the Gospel.
According to Minister, some clerics across the country have been opposing the Universal Primary Education (UPE) as they were vehemently against UPDF’s role in South Sudan.
Meanwhile, a group of Christians is soliciting signatures to petition the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, His Grace Stanley Ntagali, to act on Rtd Bishop Zac Niringiye for wearing a religious shirt and a pastoral collar in political scenes.
The believers want the Archbishop to intervene and stop Niringiye from wearing the cassocks while going for his political activism.