Malicious party politics are tearing the NRM party apart thus its dismal performance in Northern Uganda.
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Deputy speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has pledged to strengthen the spirit and restore the faith of the NRM members in Gulu as he bids to become the NRM vice chairperson for northern Uganda. Oulanyah, who addressed NRM cadres and members at St. Monica Tailoring School, was informed that the party performs poorly in the region because of internal malice, but he reiterated that he has learnt the NRM system and will be able to correct the current mistakes once elected.
The race to be elected among the policy makers of the ruling party National Resistance Movement has reached Gulu where the deputy speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has pledged to iron out the internal bickering in Northern Uganda.
Oulanyah revealed that overtime a section of the party members have become unhappy due unfulfilled pledges.
NRM members and CEC voters revealed that malicious party politics were tearing the party apart thus its dismal performance in Northern Uganda.
Oulanyah, who is also the Omoro County Member of Parliament, is in the race with two other opponents; Timothy Jokene and Sam Engole who is the incumbent. In his summarized manifesto, Oulanyah also pledged to strategically mobilize citizens to build the strength of the NRM and instil loyalty in its membership and consolidate regional unity to promote equitable socio-economic transformation, among others.