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NRM retreats to review manifesto
Publish Date: Feb 05, 2014
NRM retreats to review manifesto
NRM Chairman President Yowri Museveni
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By Henry Sekanjako

The National Resistance Movement (NRM) parliamentary caucus will tomorrow (Thursday) leave for a retreat at the National Leadership Institute at Kyankwanzi to discuss the 2011-2016 manifesto progress and challenges.


“We shall discuss challenges ministries face in the implementation of the NRM manifesto, and also enable the NRM parliamentary caucus members appreciate the country’s economic progress,” David Bahati, NRM caucus vice chairperson said.

Bahati was on Tuesday addressing journalists ahead of the retreat that starts Thursday at parliamentary building in Kampala.

NRM members last assessed the party's performance in regard to service delivery.The meeting was held from January 11 to 21.



 

 

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