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NUP wasn’t formed under the normal process – Ssemujju Nganda

Kiira Municipality MP Hon Ssemujju Nganda has come out to say that the cause of havoc within NUP is simply because the party wasn’t formed through a clear formal process.

While speaking at the NBS Morning Breeze, Ssemujju said that he blames less the Kamwokya based party for the errors made because considering the situation in which political parties operate in this country, President Museveni would not have allowed Bobi Wine to register a new party and thus Bobi Wine had to look for an alternative to get a political vehicle.

The vocal MP then added that NUP original founder Moses Nkonge Kibalama now also wants to get a share of the monies NUP gets from the government. However Ssemujju believes that despite this, Kibalama has those backing him from the government who are fueling the whole process of tearing NUP apart so that it loses focus on the struggle as it tries to clean up its house.

Further Ssemujju said that Hon Kyagulanyi and his group must be careful because they may win Kibalama and towards elections land in the same problems as UPC found itself in.

It should be recalled that at one time UPC had two factions. The Jimmy Akena faction and those that never believed that he was the legitimate leader of his father’s party.

As for now, NUP has two headquarters one in Kamwokya led by Bobi Wine and another in Kabowa led by the original founder Moses Nkonge Kibalama. However the Electoral Commission came out to clear the air saying that the Kyagulanyi faction is the real and true leadership of the party.

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