By Zadock Amanyisa
The National Resistance Movement (NRM) recently elected flag bearers in Buhweju have launched war against the NRM primaries losers who want to stand as independents and members of the opposition ahead of 2016 polls.
The pronouncement was made by the district NRM chairperson, viagra sale this web http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-comments-list-table.php Mr. Everest Bakeija during a phone interview with Chimpreports about the fate of the disgruntled losers.
Mr. Bakeija revealed that each NRM post in the district has registered a loser standing as an independent candidate which is dangerous to the party as the district prepares for 2016 elections.
“The move by the losers in the just concluded primaries portrays disunity and divisionism that have lately characterized our new district and we must look for a solution, nurse http://collegenotester.com/applications/dashboard/views/default.master.php ” Bakaija stated.
Bakeija’s comment came after receiving information that the district woman member of parliament, Ms. Olive Koyekyenga and district councilor for Burere sub county, Deo Atuhaire who contested and lost in the Mp and LC5 primaries respectively have picked nomination forms to stand as independent candidates.
“We know those friends of ours are coming as independent candidates and we must look for ways of defeating them. They have forgotten that no one stays in leadership for long. NRM has democracy whereby people choose who leads them and now Buhweju has decided,” Bakeija said
He added: “Such people subscribe to NRM during the day and deny it at night and we shall not bargain with them together with their opposition counterparts. They are planning for us and we must not give them platforms to speak ill against our party,” he charged
The district NRM registrar, Mr. Carristas Turyamureeba observed that birds of the same feathers flock together and those who have flown in different directions are destroying NRM party values. He added that the flag bearers who passed through are competent enough to win other parties.
The district woman MP primary election winner, Ms. Alison Ayetoraniire called upon the losers in the primaries to come together and champion development of the new district rather than running as independents to disorganize the party.