Early this month, the National Resistance Movement (NRM) held primaries to elect the party flag bearer for central region Youth MP and parliamentary flag bearers for special interest groups.
Former NTV presenter Justin Nameere was one of the 11 contestants for Kampala Woman MP flag bearer but lost to Agnes Kirabo.
She has now come out to expose the party for the irregularities that caused her loss.
According to Justine Nameere, the central region NRM party primaries on October 10 cannot be called an election because it was like a sex auction with brokers dictating the price.
She claims these mafias would scout a candidate and subject them to agree to a salary share with them upon going to Parliament.
The candidate would later be tasked to sign an agreement indicating that they have lent that candidate money and that upon becoming MP, he or she will pay them 25 per cent of his/her monthly salary for the five-years in Parliament.
Nameere emphasized that she was approached but she rejected the deal. “Their mafia gang leader approached me with this extortionist deal if they were to bless my candidature. I rejected it," she claimed.
It's rumoured that Justine Nameere is swimming in debt after she borrowed money to inject in the campaigns before terribly losing to Kirabo.