Full List 0f NRM MP Resolutions Made after The Retreat
The newly elected Members of Parliament that subscribe to the ruling NRM party have unanimously passed several resolutions to support President Museveni and his government in the next five years.
On behalf of the MPs aligned to the NRM party, Ngora County Member of Parliament Juliet Achaye Ludou read the following resolutions to President Museveni.
Ideology and leadership
The MPs saluted the leader of the revolution, Gen Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, for his visionary, valiant and committed leadership to the people of Uganda in their struggles against dictatorship and backwardness, in promoting democratic principles, practices and transformative leadership for over five decades;
They pledged to affirm their commitment in supporting and promoting the principles of the NRM which include Patriotism, Pan Africanism, Socio-economic Transformation and Democracy in securing Africa’s strategic security;
To promote our Ideological understanding and inculcate the same values to the NRM structures and leaders, our constituents and the people of Uganda.
To exercise our Legislative powers in supporting the President in checking government programs, or are proven to be falling short of their expectations.
To recommend Ideological Orientation at NALI for leaders at the Local Government level (RDCs, CAOs, LCVs, District Speakers);
To recommend for lower leaders a decentralized Ideological zonal program managed by the NRM Secretariat.
To strongly recommend opposition leaders at the national level to also receive Ideological discourse at NALI in order to prevent them from being inhibitors of Progress.
MPs told Museveni that they will fully support the vigorous implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP) III within the framework of Uganda Vision 2040, as a firm foundation for “Take – off”;
To fully support the restoration of Cooperative Unions that will enhance production and earnings by Ugandans, through eliminating unscrupulous middlemen;
To fully Support the development of Zonal Common-user/ skilling facilities in mobilizing the youth and empowering them into gainful employment and profitable production.
To fully support the Government in availing affordable credit through Uganda Development Bank (UDB), in enhancing productivity in the sectors of Agriculture, Manufacturing, Infrastructure development, mineral/petroleum development, service provision and human capital development.
To support H.E the President, to urgently hold a conference of indigenous fishermen in guiding them to engage in acceptable, viable and profitable fishing practices as an avenue to finding lasting solutions of the vagaries affecting the fishing industry and the fishing communities;
Works and transport
To support the construction of roads in the Eastern region of the DRC, as part of the bilateral cooperation and any other such programs that promote East African integration;
To improve inter-District roads to facilitate trade and social interaction within the regions.
The energy and mineral Sector
To fully support the Government in the promotion and development of alternative energy sources like nuclear and solar energy, in lowering the cost of electricity to enhance Uganda’s industrial development.
To fully support the further exploitation and development of the country’s vast natural resources while ensuring the implementation of local content.
The Education and Sports Sector
To fully support the government in the implementation of free education by enforcing the complete elimination of all manner of fees.
To urge Government to provide a minimally decent meal (possibly porridge, half a litre of milk and an egg per leaner) as a means of mitigating absenteeism and the attendant school dropout rates that continue to curtail government development goals in the sector.
To fully support effective communication of vision, mission, principles and government achievements and programs of NRM basing on factual information, while desisting from the subterranean talk, divisive and cheap politics.
To fully support the utilisation of media platforms that cover the entire country in communicating Government policy and programs. We commit to traveling to our constituencies to communicate to our constituents, at least once a month using the said platforms in coordination with the Ministry of Information Communication and Technology and National Guidance (ICT/NC) and other supportive structures like the RDCs.
To fully support multi-skill engagements in wholistically embracing the media, including but not limited to digital platforms that must be sparingly used especially in one’s free time.
The NRM manifesto 2021/2026
a. To fully support the robust implementation of the provisions of the Manifesto and the Mobilization of our communities in raising their household incomes, as the basis of social-economic transformation for wealth and job creation.
To promote the development of industries engaged in profitable commercial agriculture and value addition, as a means to providing local markets for our produce and products, thus supporting the country’s economic development.
To strongly support H.E the President in effecting radical land reforms;
To strongly support the implementation of recommendations of the Bamugemereire Land Commission as adopted by the government.
To continue to support H.E the President in his continued efforts in the fight against the Covid-19 Pandemic;
To hail and warmly appreciate our medical workers who have been at the frontline of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
To hail and strongly support our valiant Ugandan Scientists who have been working around the clock in developing a vaccine against Covid-19, the diagnostics and treatment of the disease.
To Promote and strengthen physical education and dietary modifications in order to emphasize preventative health to avoid lifestyle diseases.
a. To support the implementation and operationalization of the Parish Model as a strategy to attain improved food security and household incomes.
To sensitize our people in appreciating the need to differentiate the distinction between intensive and extensive farming to guide them in making informed decisions.
The Three-week long retreat that started on 7th April 2021, under the Theme: Ideological Orientation for Socio-economic Transformation, climaxed yesterday at Ngoma State Lodge in Nakaseke district.