In the bid win people’s heart and favors ahead of the forthcoming general elections slated to happen in 2021, both political blocks The ruling party NRM and opposition opponents are working tooth and nail to gain masses support.
We got report from our State House Source, the chairman of Ruling party president Museveni is in process of a mega cabinet reshuffle aimed at dropping the poorly performing ministers and award the exceptionally working and patriotic ministers committed to support Museveni’s vision 2040 that focuses on industrial revolution.
According to the report received the people who allegedly lined up to receive the positions of dropped ministers, are the current DP Bloc opposition coalition members who were handpicked due to their hand working character, outstanding leadership experience and commitment to serve our motherland.
Our insider reporter confirmed those slated to be awarded from the opposition include the former presidential aspirant Dr. Abed Bwanika, Democratic Party’s Norbert Mao, Kitgum District’s Beatrice Anywar and Bugwere lawmaker Hon. Abdul Katuntu.
According to our insider source these opposition members might not yet be aware or not personally contacted about these coming great offer, but Mr. Abed Bwanika and Norbert were given priority as a way of illuminating government’s commitment to work with anyone regardless of political beliefs for betterment our country.
These two great pillars from opposition have been praised for their participation in mature politics, their assiduous efforts promotion of peace and coexistence as members of the public regardless of political differences.
This allegation emerges less than a fortnight after the two leaders (Abed Bwanika of the People’s Democratic Party- PDP and Norbert Mao the Democratic Party -DP) together with Hon. Michael Mabike of Social Democratic Party-SDP joined hands to form a DP Bloc coalition aimed at routing support for Kyadondo East lawmaker Hon. Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine who recently declared his ambitions to contest for Uganda’s topmost office come 2021.