He said this on Wednesday as he concluded his three-day consultative meetings with NRM leaders in Northern Uganda.
“The next elections are far ahead, right now let’s focus on revamping the party and re-energize NRM leaders at all levels. We want the NRM structures to get involved in the supervision of the implementation of Government programs and Projects because they are the ones who sold this Manifesto to the people,” Oulanyah said.
He tasked leaders to know every aspect of the implementation of the NRM government manifesto.
“So, the purpose of these meetings is to galvanize the strength of the structures of the party, get them involved and encouraged to make sure they follow up when the projects are started, commissioned until completion,” Oulanyah told the media.
Currently, NRM is finding ground in places where they grossly lost in the previous elections. By 2026, they probably want to have stabilized as a party.
NRM lost in places where they had even grounded support so it’s only right for them to find a stepping stone right now before it’s late.
With the current red wave in politics, it wouldn’t be wise to wait till 2026. Otherwise, they may lose even the little they had.
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