Benon Ssekanyo was appointed on Friday replacing Gerald Mukisa who allegedly resigned on Thursday.
NRM party members voting at Kisowera.
The appointment of a new National Resistance Movement-NRM party registrar
for Mukono district on polling day has caused confusion among voters.
Benon Ssekanyo was appointed on Friday replacing Gerald Mukisa who allegedly
resigned on Thursday.
This has left many party members including candidates questioning the district
Margret Nakavubu a candidate in the Woman MP race says the move is
intended to create an opportunity for alternating results from various polling
She anticipates that the registrar must have been forced out of office by party
district big wigs.
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Johnson Muyanja Ssenyonga the Mukono South MP, says appointing a new registrar
on the day of the primaries is meant to dislodge a section of party leaders.
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Samuel Bbanda alleges that the registrar must have been forced out by the top
party leaders with self-centred interests.
“Why do you they have appointed the party electoral commission
board member and not his deputy.”
However, Lubega Sseruga, the NRM office administrator says the changes are
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