Of recent; the NRM Diaspora league has dominated the media with stories of illegal issuance of ‘fake’ NRM membership cards. This forced the party’s SG Justine Kasule Lumumba to issue out a warning to all members and also said investigations were being carried out to find out those behind this and their motive. Red Pepper’s HENRY MULINDWA caught up with the Diaspora League chairman Hajji Abbey Kigozi Walusimbi about this scandal and related matters.
NRM National Vice Chairman Moses Kigongo has warned a splinter NRM Diaspora group against using his name in printing fake NRM membership cards purportedly for Diaspora members. This follows media reports last week in which a group of members claiming to belong to the Diaspora addressed the press in Kampala and claimed that Kigongo is aware of their group to which he is also their patron despite the fact that the party has a fully-fledged NRM Diaspora league led by Hajji Abbey Walusimbi.
Massive Resignations have rocked a splinter group of NRM Diaspora league, with fresh information indicating that its top leaders led by Eng. Adam Kasambula have resigned. Others to follow suit include Edris Kironde and Yusuf Musoke. The NRM diaspora league led by Haji Abbey Walusimbi has been involved in power squabbles which saw a splinter group allegedly led by Patrick Asiimwe emerging.
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