By Yosam Gucwaki
Dr. Diini Emmanuel Kisembo, the Chief Executive Officer for Health watch Uganda and Bunyoro Kitara Youth Initiative has declared his interests to stand for the National Vice Chairperson NRM western region.
Kisembo declared his interests yesterday during a press conference at Dâ€™ venue hotel in Masindi town.
He explained that the current NRM National Vice chairperson for western region Gen. Matayo Kyaligonza is too much engaged in Burundi arguing that he has no time for the party on ground.
He added that such a position needs a person like him who is always on the ground and who can reach in every district in his jurisdiction.
Kisembo also noted that he wants to revive the lost glory of NRM by motivating members in the party structures since they are the people who can make the party more vibrant.
The same politician underscored the need for decentralizing a functional youth secretariat to the regional and district level which will help bridge the gap between the secretariat in Kampala and the party members.
He also said that in case is elected he will ensure that the party conducts quarterly meetings and press conference to bridge the communication gap between the members and the party leaders.
Kisembo also noted that he will ensure that he mobilizes the partyâ€™s funds both internally and externally which will help to sustain the party adding that he will introduce items like caps, bags, T-shirts among others which will be sold to the members and get funds.
He also stated that he will ensure that all party offices in the five regions acquire land for their offices saying that NRM is a strong party but has no permanent stru ctures where it can put its offices in most of the district.
He pleaded to the youth to support him such that they can also be represented in the Central executive Committee if their issues are to be taken as a priority.
Kisembo who hails from Kagadi district studied from Asaba primary school, Masindi Academy, Lira College and Makerere University.
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