The National Resistance Movement (NRM) has come out to reveal the strategy that was used to beat its toe to toe competitor in the recently concluded Kayunga district LC V polls.
And forget what your are already thinking about, “the Kinggund theorem of rounding off to the nearest figures.”
It’s not that one according to the NRM but rather a clean and not so clean way of fighting off competition.
NRM’s spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa revealed that they had spies planted in NUP’s flag bearer, Nakweede Harriet Kafeero’s camp.
Mulindwa revealed that they knew whatever Nakweede and NUP were planning thus beating them off the chairman’s spot which was won by Andrew Muwonge.
Mulindwa further revealed that they were aware that the party did not facilitate Nakweede’s campaigns apart from printing her posters.
“Among the 100 people who were near Harriet Nakwedde, NRM had 50 informants out of them. There is no secrete we didn’t know.
Our sources told us that NUP didn’t even give Harriet Nakwedde any single coin besides printing her posters,” Mulindwa said.
He further said that they have activated a plan to reclaim Buganda from the Opposition.
The NRM party has been losing badly in the recent polls in the Central region.
Mulindwa also said that as NRM, they are well aware of their mistakes and are working on them.
He warned that the Opposition will be shocked as they are still bickering amongst themselves.
“I want to assure you that the mission to reclaim Buganda region as NRM has started. NRM won the election in Kayunga, we celebrated our win, and more celebrations are coming.
We know our weaknesses as NRM, and we know the weaknesses of the opposition. We shall capitalize on that to win in even more places,” Mulindwa further said.
NUP however has continued to denounce the outcome of these results in Kayungadistrict.
The NUP leader Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu a few days ago posted DR forms on his Facebook page which showed that they won the election with over 15000 votes.
Kyagulanyi has also called upon the Western countries to stop supporting a regime that continuously abuses the rule of democracy.