President Museveni Commissions Door To Door Village Campaign Teams In Sebei

Babalanda poses for a photograph with some of the mobilisers PHOTO/ONC


KAPCHORWA, Uganda|SHIFTMEDIA| President Museveni has launched the village door to door presidential campaigns geared towards returning him at the helm of power in 2021.

Museveni’s message was delivered by his Personal Assistant Milly Babirye Babalanda while addressing the NRM mobilisers drawn from the Sebei subregion that covers Kapchorwa, Kween, and Bukwo.

Babalanda, who is from the Kyambogo office of the NRM Party National chairman was giving tips and orientation prior to the commissioning of the NRM mobilisers.

Babalanda urged the Coordinators to work hard work, and be transparent saying their role was merely a voluntary one.

She also tasked them to endeavor marketing party Presidential Candidate Museveni while also preaching the 4 core values of NRM which are; patriotism, pan Africanism, Democracy, and social transformation.

The group was officially commissioned to spearhead the village-based door to door model where subordinate mobilization structure would follow from the district to the village level.

Also present were members from the different security organs led by the Regional Police Commander CP Mbabazi who assured the area was free from any security threats heading into the election period.

Ephraim Denis Balwanirawa – the Residential District Commissioner for Kwen said as a security team in Sebei, they are working around the clock to ensure peace prevails in the region.

He said there has over time been a reemergence of hostilities from the group, occasionally attacking and killing people in the area and stealing animals and selling them across the Kenyan border to fund their subversion.

Region security leaders have resolved to pacify the Elgon National park where they operate criminal bases according to Balwanirawa.

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