Trouble started after Nsereko, who was campaigning in Kamwokya on Sunday evening left his campaign agents with Shillings 7 million to share among voters, according to some of the residents. Each person was supposed to take home at least Shillings 5000.
The group led by the incumbent Kyotera LC V Chairperson, Patrick Kintu Kisekulo and Magdalene Nasolo, a prominent NRM mobiliser and Mutukula NRM chairperson, says that they cannot work with Haruna Kyeyune Kasolo, the incumbent Kyotera County MP, who they accuse of fueling the internal party differences.
“UWONET’s election related work including working with women and youth from different parts of Uganda through the Women’s Situation Room to enhance peace building in our country during and after the elections, trainings in the remaining districts for women candidates including independents and those from all political parties and observation of women and gender issues in the elections has been affected,” reads a statement issued on Saturday.
Addressing rallies in Kapchorwa and Kween districts on Saturday, Muntu said Uganda has never seen a sitting president retiring peacefully arguing that time has come for Museveni to show this to the country.
His remarks come just two days after the US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo issued a statement indicating that the US is closely paying attention to the actions of some individuals seeking to impede the democratic processes in Uganda ahead of the 2021 general elections.