By Keefa Nuwahereza
The Secretary General of the National Resistance Resistance Justine Kasule Lumumba has urged voters to ensure that they hold their leaders accountable for whatever they do and the government funds entrusted to them.
Lumumba made the remarks in Maracha district on Friday, where she told voters to make their leaders account for what they promised when they were asking for votes, in order to ensure proper service delivery in their areas.
She said that “Ensure that you hold these leaders accountable, because if you don’t hold them accountable they will not deliver to your satisfaction. It’s within the mandate of these leaders to serve you.”
Lumumba made the call while addressing over 1000 Maracha district party leaders at Yivu Sub-county Headquarters in Maracha East Constituency. She said that effective service delivery is the key to consolidating the Party’s massive grassroots support among the Population in the area.
She noted that; “I spent my Friday in Avuya Sub-county in Maracha District where I had gone to preside over a one day NRM District conference dubbed “To consolidate the achievements of the party and promoting harmony within the party structures” which was organized by the District NRM leadership with the support the district woman MP and attended by various members of the Party Structures.
I thank the 1000 plus attendees that graced the conference with their presence and the nice gentlemen who rode us of their boda bodas to the District RDC’s office in Maracha Town Council but not forgetting everyone that contributed one way or the other in making the conference proceed without any incidences.
I was welcomed and received by the District Residence District Commissioner Ms Esther Soyet, the District Woman Member of Parliament, Hon. Amaka Rose Atima, the district NRM Vice Chairperson Mr Acidri Buga Killi among other Party and district leaders accompanied by the NRM Deputy National Treasurer, Hon. Dr Omona Kenneth Olusegun and staff of the NRM Secretariat.”
The SG was accompanied by the party Deputy National Treasurer Dr Kenneth Olusegun Omona among others NRM stalwarts.
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