TOP
Friday,November 27,2020 20:56 PM

NRM holds SIGs primaries in Kaberamaido

By Michael Onyinge

Added 2nd October 2020 04:50 PM

The elections were held at Kaberamaido town council. The NRM district registrar, Isaac Ojade presided over the elections.

NRM holds SIGs primaries in Kaberamaido

PWDs discuss during NRM district PWDs NRM primaries council elections in Kaberamaido. (Photo by Micheal Onyinge)

The elections were held at Kaberamaido town council. The NRM district registrar, Isaac Ojade presided over the elections.

POLITICS   2021 ELECTIONS

The National Resistance Movement on Friday held primaries for Special Interest Groups (SIGs) including older persons, youth and Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), for district councils in Kaberamaido district.

The elections were held at Kaberamaido town council. The NRM district registrar, Isaac Ojade presided over the elections.

An NRM official counting votes during district youth council primary elections in Kaberamaido.(Photo by Micheal Onyinge)


According to Ojade, all nine sub-counties were well represented. They include; Ochero, Kobulubulu, Okile, Kaberamaido, Aperkira, Oriamo and Alwa. Also, Ochero and Kaberamaido Town councils participated.

During the elections of the older persons, the entire five aspirants were unopposed. Moses Mathew Erayu was elected chairman and John Emau Badrum his vice-chairperson.

NRM election officials registering a youth during elections of flag bearers for the district youth council. (Photo by Micheal Onyinge)


Albert Obote Opoi was elected as the general-secretary while Robert Oriekot, was elected secretary for publicity and Margaret Anago Ekamu, the secretary for finance.

For the PWDs, Ojade declared Milton Akou Owie as the chairperson, Moses Oroto, his vice-chairperson. Others are Vincent Ojur, the general-secretary, Charles Ochan, secretary for publicity and Grace Ayuru, secretary for finance.

Albert Obote Opoi talking to his fellow older persons during the NRM party flag bearer election in Kaberamaido. (Photo by Micheal Onyinge)


Meanwhile, of the nine positions that form the district youth council for the youth, seven were unopposed. Pamela Achan defeated Rose Adoo for the position of women affairs. Brenda Iyango defeated Silas Etengu for the position of students' affairs.

The elected NRM flag bearers will now wait for the final elections organised by Electoral Commission.

Related articles

More From The Author

More From The Author