The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) has sent strong warnings to its aspiring members on the party flagbearer for Member of Parliament positions to desist from voter briberies a head of party primaries.
The NRM director communications, Emmanuel Dombo, has asked candidates to desist from the evil acts which he described as a regrettable and demeaning to the voters.
Dombo’s remarks follow concerns raised over photos which recently made circulations on social media showing some NRM candidates parading money before their supporters.
Media reports have shown increased cases in voter bribery in the NRM parliamentary primaries.
On the night of August 31, a coffin full of Shs2000 notes money was found in the compound of Mr. Arthur Kazoora, one of the NRM MP aspirant for new RUHINDA south county in Mitooma district. This in the eyes of political critics depicts high levels of bribery in the elections.
Dombo called on aspirants to avoid engaging in any election malpractice which could cost them their victory.
NRM parliamentary primaries are slated for tomorrow Friday August 4th and voting shall be by lining against the back of the candidates, or their agents and or their posters where there will be no candidate’s agents.