KAGADI – People Power leadership has unveiled a complete list of a team that is going to coordinate the pressure group’s activities in Bunyoro region ahead of the 2021 general elections.
The Bunyoro People Power coordinators were unveiled on Saturday afternoon by Barnabas Tinkasiimire, the Chief Coordinator of People Power in Bunyoro sub region, at a function held at his home in Busoiga Village, Kagadi district.
50 members were selected to coordinate People Power activities in all the seven districts of the region.
The districts include Hoima, Kagadi, Kakumiro, Kiryandongo, Buliisa, Kibaale and Kikuube.
People Power spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi confirmed the recruitment.
“People Power Bunyoro chapter today unveiled their district coordinators, under the stewardship of Hon Barnabas Tinkasimire, team leader for the regional coordinators of Bunyoro. We’ll keep conquering territory, all for the good of our country,” he wrote on social media.
According to a full list shared by Mr. Ssenyonyi, the team includes; Rogers Amanyire, who was elected Chief Coordinator for Masindi district, William Wataka for Kiryandongo, Godfrey Angaliya in Buliisa, Livingston Akugizibwe, the coordinator for Kagadi district and Twaise Mugisha, the coordinator for Kikuube district.
Others are Grace Asiimwe (Hoima), Anatoly Kirigwaijjo (Kibaale) and Godfrey Musoke.
These will work with other elected district executive members to strengthen and spread the People Power agenda in Bunyoro.
The Bunyoro district coordinators have been tasked to recruit Sub County, parish and village coordinators in the region elect five coordinators for every sub county, eight coordinators for every parish and ten for every village.
Mr. Tinkasimire challenged the coordinators to work as foot soldiers who will cause change in Uganda.
He decried the alarming rates of corruption, Land grabbing, insecurity, Unemployment, low prices for Agricultural produce and the sorry state of Health facilities in the country.
He said Bunyoro, as a region has not benefited anything from the ruling government apart from the critical oil roads that he says are being constructed with an aim of facilitating the oil activities.
He says if oil had not been discovered in Bunyoro, even the roads would still be in sorry state.