President Yoweri Museveni who is also NRM party chairman has directed, has directed NRM party secretary general, Kasule Lumumba to identify carders who have been working for the party to be taken for training at Kwankwanzi national leadership training institute.
This was disclosed by one of the NRM party central executive committee members, Huda Oleru while speaking at a function organized to celebrate re-election of Masindi district woman member of parliament, Bintu Jalia Lukumu that was held at Ikoba boys primary school in Bwijanga Sub County, Masindi district last Saturday.
Oleru who is also the outgoing woman Member of Parliament for Yumbe district disclosed that, the training will be continuous for the next five year term and therefore appealed to NRM party members not to hesitate whenever called upon. She could not however tell when identification exercise and training will begin.
She said that, the trained cadres would take lead in monitoring NRM executive in implementing her manifesto adding that, for the next five years, NRM government will not tolerate corruption and laziness and central executive committee will soon send a team of people to monitor service delivery in all districts in the country.
On behalf of NRM, Oleru promised continued implementation of party promises made to the people of Bunyoro and Masindi in particular since the area is endowed with oil. She described MP Bintu as respectful, humble and humorous leader who has always used her resources to mobilize for NRM party.
On the other hand, MP Bintu attributed the she got victory and success in political carrier to her strong team of campaign task force led by on Stephen Mugisa and support from her husband, Norman Lukumu who is also the prime minster of Bunyoro Kitara kingdom.
She applauded voters for the support they gave her during campaigns and promised to unite and work together with other MPs from Bunyoro region.
Bintu’s victory celebrations was attended by other members of parliament including Norah Bigirwa, woman MP for Buliisa district; Tophas Byagira Kaahwa, woman MP for Hoima district; Dan Mpairwe, MP Buhaguzi County in Hoima district; Lt. Patrick Kasumba, MP Bujenje County and Ernest Kiiza, Bunyoro affairs minister who is also the MP for Masindi municipality.
In their speeches, all the members of parliament promised to be united in fronting the demands of the people of Bunyoro from the central government.