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NRM conference: accreditation guidelines out

By Vision Reporter

Added 11th December 2014 05:26 PM

Richard Todwong, the Vice Chairperson of the NRM delegates’ conference organizing committee has announced accreditation guidelines for delegates ordering that no accreditation will be carried out at the venues of the meetings.

NRM conference: accreditation guidelines out

Richard Todwong, the Vice Chairperson of the NRM delegates’ conference organizing committee has announced accreditation guidelines for delegates ordering that no accreditation will be carried out at the venues of the meetings.


By David Lumu

Richard Todwong, the Vice Chairperson of the NRM delegates’ conference organizing committee has announced accreditation guidelines for delegates ordering that no accreditation will be carried out at the venues of the meetings.


“We wish to inform delegates that accreditation for the National Executive Committee and the National Conference will be conducted at the Kololo Independence Grounds on December 13, 2014 starting at 7.00 am and December 14, 2014 starting at 7.00 am respectively,” he said at the party headquarters at Plot 10 Kyadondo in Nakasero.

Todwong also said that preparations for the meetings—Central Executive Committee (CEC) on December 13, National Executive Committee (NEC) on December 14 and the National Conference on December 15 have been finished.

Todwong also said that CEC members would be pre-accredited on December 12 and that they will not be required to come to Kololo like other members.

“Delegates for the National Conference are advised to coordinate with their NRM District Chairpersons for travel arrangements. Only duly accredited members will be allowed access to the meetings, so all delegates, staff and service providers must be duly accredited and must carry their passes at all times,” he said, revealing that lists of about 10,000 delegates have been submitted to districts and that they will be uploaded on the party website www.nrm.ug today.

According to Todwong, following the intervention of President Yoweri Museveni, the party chairman NRM chairpersons of branches in the diaspora would also attend the meetings clearing the earlier controversy that emanated from the fact that they shall not have representation at conference because they did not conduct elections.

“The confusion that surrounded the lists from the diaspora and the fact that elections were not held for people in the diaspora has been cleared. We have held a meeting and agreed on the way forward and I think everything will be fine. They will attend,” he said.

Hajji Abbey Walusimbi, the national NRM chairperson of the diaspora league confirmed the development.

Todwong also said that consultations are ongoing on what political parties from friendly countries NRM would invite for the conference.

“Yes, we have invited some foreign visitors. NRM has fraternal relationships with so many parties. CCM of Tanzania, ANC of South Africa and the Communist Party of the people’s Republic of China. We are seeking guidance from the chairman of the party as to who we should invite for this particular conference,” he said.

 

NRM conference: accreditation guidelines out

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