NRM will rule till Museveni dies says NRM SG Kasule Lumumba


Kasule Lumumba 

NRM Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba has said that  those dreaming of removing National Resistance Movement (NRM) party from  power that they should continue dreaming as NRM and president  Museveni is not yet ready to leave power
stating  that it is the reason  they are working  tirelessly to cement their stay in presidency forever.
Lumumba was Speaking  to NRM women leaders in a meeting held at the party secretariat office at Plot 10 Kyadondo road in Kampala.
She asked the women to always be at the front line of politics in in the country and she asked the women council to convince  opposition to join the winning party instead of spending their time spreading useless propaganda aiming at tarnishing ruling party  image.
Lumumba added that the lied by oppositions are  useless like water carried in the basket and won't take them anywhere.
He statement came just days after president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni  said that oppositions and all those who are  fighting the NRM party to back off saying God is watching them and if they not repent they will be accountable.
Lumumba is known for controversy as this is the first time she is making such statement. During 2016 Presidential election campaign, she warned parents to keep off their children in demonstrations in case NRM rigs the elections stating that army will shoot whoever goes to street to demonstrate vote rigging.
During the recently concluded LC 1 election, she was accused by oppositions for going to media to claim NRM candidate won in her home village yet the result was otherwise.
Lumumba became Secretary General of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) after sacking of former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi who held the position since 2005 till she was sacked in 2014 on allegation of harbouring presidential ambition.

Prior to becoming NRM Secretary General, Lumumba served as the Chief Government Whip in the Cabinet of Yoweri Kaguta Museveni from May 2011 until December 2014. Justine Lumumba Kasule also served as the elected Member of Parliament for
Bugiri District Women's Representative from 2001 until her resignation in December 2014 to concentrate on SG positions.
She was born in Bugiri District on 22 November 1972. She attended St. Anthony Senior Secondary School in
Nkokonjeru for her O-level studies. She then transferred to St. Joseph’s Secondary School at Naggalama , for her A-Level education. In 1993, she was admitted to Makerere University, where she graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Arts with a concurrent
Diploma in Education in 1996.


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