NURP Members Sue Founder(Nkonge) Bobi Wine Over Changes In Party
Members of National Unity Reconciliation and Development Party–NURP have sued its founder, Moses Nkonge Kibalama, including National Unity Platform – NUP party President Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine among other leaders over the recent changes in the party.
Others jointly sued are, David Lewis Rubongoya, the NURP Secretary General, party spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi, deputy Secretary General Aisha Kabanda.
Others include Secretary for Women Affairs, Flavia Kalule Nabagabe, Secretary for National mobilization Fred Nyanzi Ssentamu and Senior administrative secretary Paul Ssimbwa Kagombe.
These have been sued by two of the founding members of NURP Difas Basile and Hassan Twala. The duo through their lawyers led by James Byamukama, allege that the respondents fraudulently made changes without following party constitution.
The changes include transferring the party name from NURP to NUP, changing leadership from Moses Nkonge Kibalama to Kyagulanyi, party colors, logos, among others.