KAMPALA- The National Unity Platform (NUP) has once again warned its new members against their personal intentions far from the struggle.
Recently the party president and presidential flag bear, Robert Kyagulanyi said that a number of people are being planted amongst them with other intentions of causing disorganization within the party.
Bobi Wine’s comments came after the sacking of DP stalwart Samuel Walter Lubega Mukaku as the Vice-Chairperson of the Electoral Management Committee of NUP for allegedly promoting DP interests.
Speaking to a new group of members who have crossed from NRM mostly from Eastern region districts at the party headquarters in Kamwokya Kampala, Joel Senyonyi, the NUP spokesperson says, many people have joined with the aim of showing off to President Museveni to buy them back in NRM.
People who have joined NUP include; pastors like David Ojambo, Julious Nyerere, Soucepata Wamike, Kenneth Mugabane, Richard Muhumuza, Kato Steven and Andrew Muwanguzi, all from eastern part of Uganda among many other people.
Ssenyonyi reiterated that while other people are joining them with good and clear intentions, some people are coming with ulterior motives.
He warned new members to desist from being manipulated by the ruling NRM party but committing to NUP. Yesterday, after weeks of hurling insults at leaders and supporters of the National Unity Platform (NUP), political commentator, Basajja Mivule closed and joined the ruling NRM after spending only 27days in NUP.
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