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NRM GROUP DEMANDS MUHOOZI ARMY EXIT

By Mulengera Reporters 

A group of NRM leaders and cadres uniting under Transformer Cadres Association of Uganda (TCAU) has implored President Museveni to commence on the process to retire Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba from the army so that he has ample time to adjust to civilian way of life as he prepares for the Presidency which they say he must inherit from his father and assume come 2026.

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TCAU President Felix Adupa Ongwech told reporters during a Wednesday press conference at Hajji Moses Kigongo‘s Mosa Courts in Kampala that the anger and indifference with which some Ugandans celebrated Gen Elly Tumwine‘s death recently is proof that Uganda is a deeply fractured country that needs a leader of the Muhoozi-like credentials to mend.

Ongwech Adupa, who months ago caused huge public debate after his group proposed that Parliament chooses the next President as opposed to the universal adult suffrage to which many Ugandans are used, says that Gen Museveni must begin to pro-actively aid MK‘s ascension to the Presidency by immediately retiring him and subsequently appointing him into a cabinet role. That this would accelerate MK‘s integration into civilian life.

Flanked by other TCAU executive members, Adupa revealed that the Association will soon be embarking on nationwide campaigns to popularize Muhoozi Kainerugaba like no one else has done before. Adupa also revealed that they revealed as much to the new Justice & Constitutional Affairs Minister Norbert Mao last Thursday when they had a closed door meeting at his new office in Kampala. That Mao briefed them about the programs he had been tasked to expeditiously implement to accelerate the forthcoming transfer of political power from Gen Museveni to someone else in the not so distant future.

That Mao told them he would soon be unveiling members of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission which will be helping him to implement national dialogue which is the best way forward for Uganda out of its current political agitation. That Mao also told them the Constitutional Review Commission was equally being constituted to urgently collect citizens’ views on what they wish to see changed in what remains of the 1995 Constitution.

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That Mao, who will be phasing out the Amnesty Commission and sending people home, also told them that he was closely working with the President and the entire Cabinet to ensure all these Commissions are adequately resourced so that their members and Chairpersons will have no reason not to do a good job. (For comments on this story, get back to us on 0705579994 [whatsapp line], 0779411734 & 0200900416 or email us at mulengeranews@gmail.com).

 

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