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NRM To Draw Plans On How To Win Back Buganda And Busoga

NRM To Draw Plans On How To Win Back Buganda And Busoga

National Resistance Movement(NRM), has started drawing strategies on how to regain back support from Buganda and Busoga.

Richard Todwong, the NRM secretary general summoned party MPs from Buganda and Busoga regions to the party head offices in Nakasero, Kampala. He says they need to win back the support they once had in these areas.

He asked the leaders how best they can work with them to ensure that support is regained in these areas. For this reason, he urged NRM MPs to work together with the party to see to it that every plan on paper is planned.

“As a party, we are developing guidelines before we roll out a grand strategy ahead of political activities. Therefore, from this engagement, we hope to design a better mobilization tool for these outreach programs on an informed point,” he said.

“We would like to design a program together with you to boost support and mobilization up to the grassroots levels,” director of mobilization at the NRM Secretariat, Rosemary Nansubuga Sseninde added.

In the previously concluded general elections, NUP painted Buganda and Busoga red. They dominated the areas pushing out NRM plus FDC.

It’s for this reason, the party has gone back to the drawing board. They want to know how best to come back before 2026.

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