Minister Kabbyanga advises NRM members not to miss the update and display exercise of the party register


National Resistance Movement (NRM) members across the country have been advised not to miss the exercise of updating their particulars in the party’s register.

The five –day exercise that started on Wednesday March 13 is expected to end on Sunday March 17, 2024 in all villages across the country.

The Minister of State for ICT and National Guidance, Godfrey Baluku Kabbyanga Kime says the exercise seems to have been misinterpreted by a section of politicians for their selfish interests.

According to Kabbyanga, the sole aim of updating the register is to help the party ascertain the actual number of Ugandans who subscribe to the ruling party.

He also stresses that it has come to his knowledge that some people are moving around deceiving the population that NRM is registering her members who will only vote in the forthcoming 2026 General Elections.

Kabbyanga categorically puts it clear that the party wants to know her numerical strength; a reason the National Chairman, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni recently advised the registrars to register new members including those aged 16.

However, Mr. Selevano Kiiro Mulhondi, the Kasese Municipality NRM Chairperson, supports the idea of registering students in the yellow book but suggests that they should be registered from their home villages but not the schools that they are studying from.

In his recent communication, Gen. Museveni advised that in mobilizing for and execution of the exercise, those tasked with the responsibility of managing the work must be cadres who are engrained in the other three ideological principles of the National Resistance Movement including patriotism, pan Africanism and socio-economic transformation. ENDS


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  • Byamukama job Nkwaya March 16, 2024

    Now what about for the members who are working in upcountry or abroad and yet they are members how then will they be registered, coz the exercise is going to leave many NRM members out , so the process should continue till perfection.and leaving students out is also a very big block coz we are not going to afford them transport to go to their villages for registration, the only option was to register from wherever they’re provided they are legally free to make personal decisions provided one is 18yrs and above. This exercise if not technically handled we are likely to face tough repercussions .thanks

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