NRM youth are being sent to world superpowers, USA and Russia, to be trained as computer nerds and spies, The Insider has learnt.
We have it on undisputed authority that the youth belong to “NRM Poor Youth Forum”, a group founded in February 2014 following the NRM Parliamentary caucus which took place in Kyankwanzi.
At the caucus, NRM Members of parliament adopted a resolution endorsing President Yoweri Museveni as the sole candidate prompting youth to form a faction aimed at mobilising and sensitising the poor youth of Uganda to demand for “fundamental change in the governance of Uganda and economic development of Uganda”.
So far, the youth boast of having mobilised 2 million fellow youth across the country for that purpose.
We are told the youth are being sent to America and Russia to be trained in many arts including computer skills and high level spy network.
Most importantly, is the need to acquire skills that will help them in monitoring 2016 general elections where their patron and presidential hopeful, Amama Mbabazi, is running against his former boss, President Yoweri Museveni.
Amama who was fired from the positions of Prime Minister and NRM Secretary General late last year, is confident that by the end of the journey he started in June, he will be the president of this country.
While giving up her position as the NRM Women league chairperson, Mbabazi’s wife, Jacqueline, cited lack of transparency in the NRM electoral system.
As such, the youth will be drilled by sophisticated spies and hackers on how to control the Electoral Commission computer systems and servers to ensure election results are not manipulated.
Opposition icon Kizza Besigye who has stood against Museveni three times and lost, insists that without an independent Electoral Commission, no one would win against the incumbent.
Senior spy, Gen David Sejusa, who said Besigye won but was outrigged in 2006 elections, is also sure that Museveni “has already rigged 2016 general elections”.
After graduating as computer nerds, the youth, according to an insider, have a mission to ensure this doesn’t happen to their candidate as well next year.
The source said their mission is to make sure “the will of Ugandans who will have voted Mbabazi is not compromised”.
Currently, over 90 youth are already training in USA while another batch is about to be dispatched to the Russian capital, Moscow for a similar training.