Mafumo Kefa wants to be next NRM party National vice chair
By Kitts D.Mabonga
The NRM top party dogs are having live sleepless nights as new young and fresh blood has come out openly with determination to clandestinely end their political fortunes as the clock ticks away towards the 2021 electioneering season.
Among the new blood threatening the old political guards is youthful Kefa Mafumo 33, a born of Butiru in Manafwa district who wants to contest as NRM national 1st vice chairperson alongside big names like alhajji Moses Kigongo who is the incumbent, Capt Edward Francis Babu among others.
STATE HOUSE MAN; Mr.Mafumo Kefa shakes hands with president Yoweri Museveni recently. sources said Museveni was thanking him for being an exemplary young leader in his efforts of supporting community empowerment led self help projects among the youth ,women and vulnerable populations across the country.
Kefa exclusively told this website last week as he picked his nomination papers in Kampala that it was high time new young blood takes to the top party leadership of NRM because they are fresh, with new ideas that can positively help the party and country move forward to the next level of all round development.
MEDIA ATTENTION; Candidate Kefa Mafumo answering all tribes of questions from the press shortly after picking his nomination papers in Kampala last week.
‘We have seen some of the party founding fathers like alhajji Moses Kigongo and Capt. Francis Babu picking nomination forms at Kyadondo which is not bad but we as young people do humbly ask them to accept the rules of nature and give way to us so that we can stir the country forward given that we are educated and capable of leading the party at this level’ observed Mafumo.
‘Am confident that voters would vote for Kefa Mafumo as their favorite flag bearer because I was trained by president Yoweri Museveni on issues related to pan Africanism, strengthening the party pillars, empowering the youth, women and other special interest groups of persons like persons with disabilities and the elderly and ensuring that democracy thrives in the country, noted Mafumo’