NRM Secretary General Hon Justine Kasule Lumumba has this afternoon been involved in a road accident when a female pedestrian allegedly rammed into her official car around Kajjansi along Entebbe road.
NRM, Communications Officer, Rogers Mulindwa states that the lady, whose identity has not yet been established has been reported dead.
Eye witnesses claim the deceased was talking on phone as she crossed the road.
The SG’s car allegedly has front damages but she escaped with no visible injuries.
The party revealed shortly after the incident that the accident was caused by a “female pedestrian who reluctantly rammed into her official car around Kajjansi along Entebbe road.”
The woman died instantly according Rogers Mulindwa, the party spokesperson. ’The case is being handled by Kajansi traffic police and they will unveil us with all the details’ said
Mulindwa, quoting eyewitnesses, says the lady, was talking on phone as she crossed the road reckless without being mindful of other road users.
“The SG’s car got front damages but she escaped with no visible injuries,” he said.
He stated that NRM party is going to organize and see on how to support the bereaved family
This was after President Museveni had instructed the Secretary General to organize a meeting for district local leaders which include LC 3 and 5 chairpersons, district speakers plus Municipality mayors to discuss the hotly debated issue of amending presidential age limit.
This comes after president held a meeting on 17th July, 2017 at Statehouse Entebbe with some of NRM members of parliament who advised him to first call local leaders for a discussion before he organizes a referendum.
According to the sources who attended the meeting, confided in us that Super meeting is slated for Saturday 22nd at Namboole stadium Kampala.
It is said that each leader will pocket 1M for chairman LCI, 3M for LC3, 5M for LC5 and 10M for RDCs.
Sources from permanent secretary ministry of Finance Keith Muhakaniza have revealed that the Economist has been instructed to raise the money but he was hesitant to release dig deep in the coffers saying that the economy is doing badly so NRM leadership should schedule the meeting into next financial