Museveni probes Nsereko votes

Museveni probes Nsereko votes

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Museveni (L) appears greets  Muhammad Nsereko last Thursday
Video evidence cited as president wonders how Nsereko could get so many votes
Surprised by Muhammad Nsereko’s performance at Thursday’s election of the deputy speaker, President Museveni is demanding an explanation from his party leaders in Parliament.
The Kampala Central MP polled 115 votes against the eventual winner Jacob Oulanyah’s 300 votes, a performance which sent shock waves to the ruling NRM party leadership. In fact, some Nsereko-supporting MPs jumped for joy when his vote tally was read.
With a commanding majority of 302 MPs and a sizable number of the 59 independents leaning to his party, Museveni did not expect Nsereko to command nearly 30 percent support in Parliament. At worst, with many critical issues to be decided over the next five years, Museveni is more worried about the future rather than the deputy speaker election now in the past.
“He [Museveni] didn’t expect it; he is wondering how it came about becaus...

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2016-05-24 05:24:34

That is correct. And if the man was developmental i would support him. All he does is use every means to rule

2016-05-24 10:08:41

While there are standards,at times values are shaped by beliefs.If you understand what he stands for 4give

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