Mukula’s sentiments followed accusations from Entebbe leaders that Njuki supports opposition candidates in Entebbe municipality.
WAKISO - The NRM vice-chairperson for eastern Uganda, Capt. Mike Mukula, has threatened to influence the removal of the Entebbe Resident District Commissioner (RDC), Noor Njuki Mbabaali, from office.
"I am going to discuss this with President Museveni so that you are removed from office because we are not here for romance. We are serious about the President's vote this time," Mukula said.
Mukula's sentiments followed accusations from Entebbe leaders that Njuki supports opposition candidates in Entebbe municipality.
Michael Mutebi, who is contesting for the Entebbe municipality mayoral seat, told Mukula that NRM can easily win in Entebbe municipality but the RDC mobilises for the opposition candidates.
Njuki did not deny the allegations against him but said a good mobiliser must woo opposition politicians to join the party other than creating a gap between the two sides.
This was during the NRM party reconciliation meeting that was held at Kavumba Recreation Centre in Wakiso district on Sunday (October 25, 2020).
However, the reconciliation was greatly frustrated by the failure of those who lost during the party primaries to attend the meeting.
Among those who failed to show up was former vice-president Prof. Gilbert Bukenya.