December 13, 2012

NRM Cadres Uncovered OPM Corruption – M7

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni

President Yoweri Museveni on Thursday evening revealed that National Resistance Movement Cadres opened the lid about corruption in the Prime Minister’s Office, a case that has since caused heads to roll.

“NRM Cadres not the Auditor General made the alarm about the corruption in the Prime Minister’s office” he said.

The President made these remarks while addressing Parliament a day after returning from Russia where he has been on a four day working visit.

The President’s statements are contrary to what has been known by many about the uncovering of corruption scandal that has come to be known as OPM.

The Prime Minister’s office has been in the spot light in the past few months following the Auditor General’s investigations that revealed how an estimated Shs 50 billion meant for the recovery process of Northern Uganda trying to recuperate from two decades of war.

As is the norm now with the President’s speech of attacking opposing figures, this time the President found himself attacking members of his own ruling National Resistance Movement.

Lwemiyaga Member of Parliament Theodore Sekikubo found himself a target of the President’s attacks over his alleged alliance with foreigners to derail Uganda’s progress.

President Museveni attacked the Lwemiyaga lawmaker and other MPs of being used by foreign actors who are bent on advancing their interests against those of Ugandans.

Referring to them as “Internal saboteurs”, he accused Sekikubo and company of receiving financial backing from external forces who he fell short of mentioning. He said they have been organizing seminars in the top hotels in Kapala to advance their agenda.

“At these seminars in various hotels in Kampala, they were giving Shs1 million per person who attended. The so-called facilitators were being paid Shs5 million per person. Some of these are leaders in the politics of Uganda”

The president did not also spare Non-Governmental Organisations that he referred to as “oil NGOs” especially Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) who he also faulted of receiving money to advance foreign interests.

However the President said he was there to “Answer these liars” and that he had written to the Inspectorate of Government about the matter because “It is reprehensible to accept gifts from foreigners”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11 thoughts on “NRM Cadres Uncovered OPM Corruption – M7

  1. How long will you wait?, already many children and women have died due to corruption in health sector.
    By the way Kazinda is an NRM cadre, we did Mucha mucha with him, he also campaigned for NRM in Sebei hills.
    President your waiting is causing many death, i know how hard it is to cut off your hand but for the sake of Uganda please do if it is causing you to sin. Most of the corrupt are you right hand men, family and NRM cadres

  2. National Resistance Movement Cadres opened the lid about corruption in the Prime Minister’s Office but not the auditor general. Probably what the man is saying is true because NRM has thousands of cadres who have actually stollen this country to ZERO.A thief always knows the tricks of the other thief.

  3. If this is true then Ugandans we should style up we need unity to progress and also care for one another. Foreigners cannot wish us success but seeing us getting divided and our empire crumbling. Us failing to manage ourselves is their joy so please let us care for one another.

    The selfish interests are honestly shameful in this century. Because you are getting one million or five million for attending a meeting you deprive the masses what will help them develop together with their children, oh may Jah reward you all hypocrites because am not here to judge no one but only he will do so.

    One love Ugandans.

  4. There he goes again attacking everyone else but himself. Mr president even if you try to sugercoat this, your regime and sycomphants have done ireperable damage to our economy and livelihood.

  5. President Yoweri Museveni was forced by the queer situation of corruption in Uganda which he has refused to reduce among his Cabinet minsters and Permanent secretaries and went on to reveal that National Resistance Movement Cadres opened the lid about corruption in the Prime Minister’s Office, a case that has since caused heads to roll forgetting that he is coming up to talk a joking way when things have gone to the worst conditions.

    It is highly believed by the citizens of Uganda that it is Museveni who is playing tricks on the minds of Ugandans that the “NRM Cadres not the Auditor General made the alarm about the corruption in the Prime Minister’s office” This cannot be taken seriously considering the way Museveni handles sensitive issues in the country.

    Museveni is trying many lies and jokes on the messy being created by his corrupt men and women to dupe Ugandans that he is corrupt mindful of the this nasty situation

    The President’s statements are contrary to what has been known by many about the uncovering of corruption scandal that has come to be known as OPM.

    The Prime Minister’s office has been in the spot light in the past few months following the Auditor General’s investigations that revealed how an estimated Shs 50 billion meant for the recovery process of Northern Uganda trying to recuperate from two decades of war.

    There is no clear evidence to certain that Museveni and people in the OPM office did not messy around with the Donors funds.These people are fully responsible for corruption in the office and are liable to refund the money from their properties.

    At this juncture it was not creditable His Excellency resident Museveni to attack members of his Party in Public because the talked the truth.Ugandans must know what is taking place in the country and inside government.Now who should be given credit Museveni who is twisting Ugandans about the control of oil in Uganda or the NRM MPs who revealed to the citizens and the world tricks Museveni is using to grab Oil from he hands of the citizens.

    As is the norm now with the President’s speech of attacking opposing figures, this time the President found himself attacking members of his own ruling National Resistance Movement.

    Lwemiyaga Member of Parliament Theodore Sekikubo found himself a target of the President’s attacks over his alleged alliance with foreigners to derail Uganda’s progress.

    President Museveni attacked the Semiyearly lawmaker and other MPs of being used by foreign actors who are bent on advancing their interests against those of Ugandans.

    Referring to them as “Internal saboteurs”, he accused Sekikubo and company of receiving financial backing from external forces who he fell short of mentioning. He said they have been organizing seminars in the top hotels in Kampala to advance their agenda.

    This is absurd because of Uganda failing to get a leader who is humble and fearing the voice of the People.I don’t know if Museveni wants to see God Coming from heaven to tell him that people are fade up and that they need change which will cause the rule of Musevenito step aside for the good of all Ugandans.

    Even if it be true that these people were bribed“At these seminars in various hotels in Kampala, still the blame is the father of corruption in Uganda because birds of the same feather flock together,what museveni has been doing since inception of his leadership he is now telling the world that it has taken roots and being practiced in the country by his members of the Party

    But one would doubt about the authenticity of this provocation by Museveni that they were giving Shs1 million per person who attended. The so-called facilitators were being paid Shs5 million per person. Some of these are leaders in the politics of Uganda”

    The president did not also spare Non-Governmental Organizations that he referred to as “oil NGOs” especially Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) who he also faulted of receiving money to advance foreign interests.

    However the President said he was there to “Answer these liars” and that he had written to the Inspectorate of Government about the matter because “It is reprehensible to accept gifts from foreigners”

    Museveni in my view should desist from confusing Ugandans and the World because of the messy he has caused in the Country.There is no reason who foreigners should be blamed for no reason this is how it went with president Amini when he started abusing the British and other people he used to call them Imperialists the results were negative because he had to pay for his lies and bad words for he had to harvest what he planted and was forced to eat the produce alone and alone until he was to die in exile where President Museveni refused his body to be buried in his Home country

    More corruption deeds will be revealed by people from NRM Party because all have lost confidence in the Party and its President and Government Top Leaders.

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