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It will take ages for Ugandas Opposition to unite – NRM

The National Resistance Movement (NRM) has come out to aim a diss at the country’s Opposition saying it will take time to unite.

This is something that has been accused of the country’s different opposition political parties.

Instead of uniting to fight a common enemy, majority are fighting to have themselves as the superior party in the Opposition.

Despite the NRM’S many weaknesses, this is a loophole the ruling party has utilized a lot.

While appearing on NBS TV, NRM spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa said that the much disorganization in the Opposition will be an advantage to them.

“This year, 2022, the NRM is going to get stronger. There is a lot of disorganization in the opposition like never before. Among the 59 NUP MPs, they created a group of G-20. Some NUP MPs have still failed to pay the Principal’s UGX 1 million fee. It will take ages for Uganda’s opposition to become whole and work together,” Mulindwa said.

Mulindwa made the comments while appearing on NBS TV’S program, the Eagle where he was joined by the likes of Mubarak Munyagwa and the Mp for Ntoroko, Mugarra Martin.

Mugarra who is affiliated to the NRM and is also the state minister for tourism said that indeed the opposition is in tatters.

He gave an example of the FDC saying that “Ever since Besigye left FDC, even the party disappeared.”

Munyagwa however said that the Najjanankumbi based party got infiltrated by Museveni’s spies.

“President Museveni hounded the FDC, by the time Besigye realized, he was surrounded by spies. We then decided to leave the party and chose defiance.”

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