NSNYMA launched to hunt votes for Museveni in Kajara

Nyabushenyi Sub County NRM Youth Mobilisers Association members in a group photo

NTUNGAMO – The Nyabushenyi Sub County NRM Youth Mobilisers Association (NSNYMA) has been urged to campaign for NRM’s Presidential candidate Yoweri Museveni in Kajara county, Ntungamo district.

Launching the group, Ntungamo RDC Bakunda George asked the youths to campaign for NRM for the peace they brought in the country.

The function was held at the new Nyabushenyi S/C. Headquarters where the RDC was the guest of honour.

In his remarks, RDC Bakunda noted that youths should be patriotic and vote for Museveni saying that he gave them freedom.

He also advised the teenagers to behave well and avoid joining bad groups if they want to live long as President Yoweri Museveni who is now 76 years!

The RDC who was accompanied by the district NRM G.S. Wilberforce Mugyenyi also commended President Museveni for having brought unity, giving an example that in the past regimes, people were so much divided as Protestants, Catholics and Muslims could not eat together but now they’re no longer have such divisions of Religion and Politics.

He promised that his office will support the NSNYMA-Group because it has focus!

Abdu Kiiza, the Chairman of the Association said that as youths who contribute 76% of the population of Uganda, they’re going to solicit votes for NRM because President Museveni is a tasted leader who can serve them better compared to ten other presidential candidates.

Polly Matsiko, the NRM Chairman and patron of the association thanked the youths who came up with that good idea of starting this association.

Yoramu Bashaija, the NRM flag bearer for LC3 Chairman Nyabushenyi S/C. said youths should not support Bobi Wine for President because him being a good musician doesn’t mean that he can be a good President.

He asked them to stick to NRM party saying that the government is planning for them.


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