Go Forward TDA has been on a massive cleaning exercise of its camp following a discovery that team members were leaking sensitive information.
The first to be fired were members of the secretariat who were accused of spying and leaking information to Amama’s rival candidates in the 2016 race.
The duo; Ronald Tumwine and Kiiza Idiri were reportedly selling information to NRM officials based in Bugolobi.
After deeper investigations, 10 more staff were also showed the exit.
Notable in the new group were individuals like; Atanasi Wilson, Annet Kategaya, Kalema Richard and a one Rhamazani, who are accused of indiscipline and spying.
“These were replaced with new members committed to the struggle,” a source in JPAM camp says.
Amama suspends campaigns, flies to UK
Amama suspended his campaigns last week to prepare for Pope Francis’ visit to Uganda.
“Dear Friends, I would like to inform you all that we will have a slight postponement of the next leg of our campaign tours,” he said in a short message yesterday.
He added: “This is as a result of my travel to visit with my wife and her anticipated return this week.”
He was expected to hold rallies in Eastern Uganda districts of Iganga and Pallisa this week.
Mbabazi was even part of the pilgrims who attended the papal mass on Saturday at Namugongo catholic martyrs shrine.
He, together with Kizza Besigye, shook hands with President Yoweri Museveni as a sign of good faith.
As the Pope travelled to Central African Republic on Sunday, Mbabazi too decided to fly to United Kingdom to visit his wife Jacqueline Mbabazi.
Jacqueline has been admitted in a UK hospital since October.
Recently, Mbabazi said she was improving and may even come to Uganda any time to join his campaign rallies.
Mbabazi is expected to first consult the Electoral Commission on return so he can resume rallies uninterrupted.