The ruling party NRM is sending its youth leaders to China for a capacity-building workshop in the capital Beijing.
China wrote to NRM secretariat on May 18 to nominate 20 young leaders for the workshop.
The China Communists Party that organised the workshop will foot the biggest part of bill while the secretariat will give $1,000 as pocket money to staff.
NRM deputy Secretary General, Richard Todwong drew the list of those who will travel.
Okot Boniface Henry will lead the team.
The youths are currently fighting over air tickets for the three-day trip to China.
Other reports say the party is sending away the youth as an appeasement to quell internal bickering at the secretariat.
The strife allegedly emanates from the “empty” secretariat coffers after the party Secretary General Justine Lumumba reportedly drained them during campaigns.
The secretariat staff that recently moved for Lumumba’s impeachment has reportedly not been paid salaries in months.