NRM Schedules Swearing-In Program For Councillors, Elections For Speakers At Local Gov’t Level

NRM Schedules Swearing-In Program For Councillors, Elections For Speakers At Local Gov’t Level

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By Spy Uganda

Kampala: After a successful inauguration ceremony of their party chairman, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for the 6th term as President of Uganda, the ruling National Resistance Movement has announced that is yet to conduct the party primaries for the speakership and deputy speakership sits in Local Government.

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This has been announced via an internal memo intercepted by our spy at the party headquarters, plot 10 Kyaddondo Rd, Kampala, revealing that the newly-elected Local Government Councils have been scheduled to be sworn in at District/City, Municipality/City Division and Sub-county/Town, Council/Municipal Division levels after which the Councils will elect their leadership of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker to Council.

NRM Party’s Memo

”The Commission hereby guides all NRM EC Election Officers (at District & Sub-county) to convene all NRM Councillors-elect at their respective levels on the morning of the Swearing-in Ceremony and conduct snap Primaries for the two positions where Consensus fails,” partially reads the memo.

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The party adds, ”By copy of this Communication, the District Movement Chairperson, the District Chairperson-elect (NRM), the District Security Team and all NRM Councillors-elect are accordingly informed.”

NRM party recorded a landslide victory in previously concluded polls against the opposition in the local government council elections.

In some regions like Northern Uganda, they won all three of the four districts of West Acholi that include Gulu, Omoro and Nwoya with exception of the Amuru district that has remained a stronghold for the FDC.

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