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    NRM “Rebel” MPs Boycott Retreat

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    A section of MPs in the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) have boycotted the party’s retreat in Kyankwanzi which runs from today January 11 to 22 January.

    Most of the rebel MPs said they may not turn up for the retreat which was suggested by the party leader president Yoweri Museveni.

    Kampala central MP Muhammad Nsereko confirmed on Wednesday that he will not honour his invitations arguing that he would rather spend his time interacting with his voters to understand their problems than spending time in Kyankwanzi discussing issues which are never implemented.

    Other rebel MPs like Dr. Chris Baryomunsi (Kinkiizi East), Dr  Medard Bitekyerezo (Mbarara municipality), Emmanuel Dombo (Bunyole East) and Theodore Ssekikubo (Lwemiyaga) are also expected not to turn up for the retreat.

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