“President Museveni is still around, none should confuse you” – ONC Boss SPA/PA Hajjat Hadijja Namyalo Uzeiye tells the people of Bugisu Sub-Region. 

Today, the Office of the National Chairman – NRM Kyambogo manager who doubles as the Senior Presidential Advisor on Political Affairs Hajjat Hadijah Namyalo Uzeiye was in Bugisu Sub-Region where she launched and endorsed Jajja Tova Ku Main at Mbale Cricket Ground in Mbale City. 

She was joined by the Hon. Lydia Wanyato the National Chairperson for NRM Women’s League, Hon. Irene Muloni the former minister for energy and Mineral Development, RDCs from different districts that form Bugisu Sub-region and other influential figures from different districts that form Bugisu region. 

The endorsement proceeded with general cleaning activities at Mbale Regional Referral Hospital and Mbale Central Market conducted by the Office of the National Chairman team led by Ms. Kazaire Rosette, ONC Sub-regional coordinators, and citizens of Mbale City. 

Despite the inner clashes in NRM over the Tova Ku Main endorsements, several NRM-Central Executive Committee members have publically assented to the endorsements to confirm the candidature of Rtd. Gen. YK. Museveni in the nearing 2026 elections. 

Hon. Lydia Wanyoto a President Museveni confidant welcomed Hajjat Hadijah Uzeiye to Bugisu, thanked the President for having appointed, and advised other members of the NRM to stop being jealous and accord the ONC manager all the necessary support. 

“President Museveni told us that he entrusted the Office of the National Chairman with Bazzukulu and we should work with them and today I want to officially congratulate you Hajjat Hadijja.” – said Hon. Wanyoto. “I have been with Namyalo as she carried out her activities in Northern Uganda and recently in Kalangala. She is up to the task, let us love and support her ” – added Hon. Wanyoto.  

Mbale City is one of the fastest-growing cities and adds to the other 5 districts of Manafwa, Bulambuli, Bududa, Namisindwa, and Sironko to form Bugisu Sub-Region. 

Hon. Wanyoto Lydia assured the Youth to have requested the ONC manager to tell the President to meet the youths of Mbale and promised to take duty to further the arrangements with the manager while at Kampala. 

Mbale women’s council team gifted Hajjat Hadijja with chicken, malewa, and a bunch of matooke as a token of appreciation for her good work.

“I am here to tell you that President Museveni is not going anywhere because he still has many demands to settle.” – affirmed Hajjat Hadijja Namyalo Uzeiye. She clarified that NRM Secretariat is the administrative unit of the party affairs and the Office of the National Chairman is solely responsible for the activities of Chairman H.E. President Museveni Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa as an individual. 

On the controversial information that was airing on some radio stations in Mbale City, the ONC manager debunked it that, her being in Bugisu Sub-Region is on behalf of the NRM National Chairperson HE YK Museveni and only takes responsibility for activities as instructed by the National Chairperson. 

Similarly to where the endorsements have been executed, she empowered selected beneficiaries with sewing machines, haircutting machines, and other accessories to enable them start-up SME(s) to create wealth and jobs as advocated by Musevenomics to have all citizens as contributors to the National Economy. 

After asking the Bazzukulu to pray for the quick recovery of the President who is battling with Covid-19, Hajjat Namyalo promised to make a return to Mbale City during the Women’s Day Celebrations and will empower them with hybrid goats and poultry farming projects. 

The jubilant Bazzukulu Ba Museveni who were cheered up by singer Cindy Sanyu’s live music performance, praised their leaders for having confidence in HE YK Museveni by endorsing him to continue leading and representing the NRM party in the 2026 elections as its presidential flag bearer. 

Reported by; ONC_Media_Team.

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