NRM Secretary General Kasule Lumumba has gone into self-quarantine.

The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) Secretary General Kasule Lumumba has gone into self-quarantine.

Lumumba said on Monday that her three handlers tested positive for Covid19 on Sunday.
“I have therefore taken advice from our scientists to go into self-quarantine as a precautionary measure,” she said.
Lumumba noted that campaign mobilisation and coordination continues.

On Sunday, she flagged off the village mobilizations in Ankole and kigezi regions.

The village mobilizations are meant to converse for votes for NRM flag Bearers . “I called for a peaceful electioneering and tolerance from all Ugandans and people in Uganda.”

“I took the opportunity to call on the NRM leaning independents that “Its better to leave the party, rather than pretending that you support NRM yet you’re running as an independent against the party’s flag bearer. Don’t use the party to undermine it, stop pulling down the party, stop demeaning the party.”

Later in the day, she attended the launch of the Ntungamo Action Network; an association of youth volunteers of ntugamo district with a membership of more than 350 youths the objective of mobilizing for NRM flag bearers and secure the youth vote for NRM.
The Patron of the group is Hon. Mwesigwa a Rukutana.

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The party donated two motor cycles worth 8m/- and 2m/- for fuel to facilitate this mobilization effort.

“I reiterated the same massage on radio West this evening where We featured with Prof Ephraim Kamuntu, Dr Baryomunsi and Hon Rose Akol . I told our good listeners that “You can only secure the future when you know the basis you’re standing on, in terms of security, jobs, health, education etc. Its only NRM with clear information about all that and that’s why we want to secure your future.”

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The village mobilizations aka NRM yellow are commencing on 2nd December 2020 throughout the country.

Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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