NRM apologizes to Catholic Church
The National Resistance Movement (NRM) has apologized to the catholic church in Uganda for whatever might have taken place during and after campaigns when different statements were aired against each of the parties.
The NRM Vice President for the Buganda region Godfrey Kiwanda Sssubi was speaking after mass at Lubaga Cathedral.
Ssubi said the most important thing in the post-election period was for all Ugandans to get together to develop the country.
“On behalf of the NRM I would like to apologize for whatever could have taken place that was not befitting a statement, we are very apologetic to the catholic church over some of the statements you must have heard, it is time to reconcile,” Kiwanda said.
Kiwanda noted that the NRM party does not have a problem with the catholic church, but a few elements could have caused a rift in the previous campaigns.