I Took Loans To Finance NRM Work—Catherine Kusasira
Local musician Catherine Kusasaira is not happy with the National Resistance Movement (NRM), a party she is affiliated to. The singer has expressed her discontent through a social media post saying that she has not been appreciated for her efforts towards garnering support for the party, especially during the 2021 general elections.
“I have lost everything because of my party NRM. There is a lot of unfairness. You work hard and be committed to everything in the party for the betterment but never to be appreciated. I really sacrificed a lot during the last campaigns where I even went for bank loans and started projects as a way of motivating the youths as a tactic of fighting the pressure group that had arose (NUP),” reads her post in part.
“I thought President Museveni was the commandant and he was always respected by his representatives but then it’s vice versa because for whoever he directs to perform they do the opposite.”
Kusasaira says NRM is a “disgrace to her” and she warns that bad people in the party are going to lead to Museveni’s downfall. Kusasasira it can be recalled was appointed a special envoy to the President ahead of the 2021 elections. She was appointed alongside Full Figure and Buchaman who have also now turned their guns at the party over the same feeling of “unfairness in the party” and not being appreciated