NRM parliamentary caucus is summoned this afternoon today at state house Entebbe to review the recent passed NRM resolutions in Kyankwanzi.
This was confirmed by the NRM parliamentary caucus vice chairperson David Bahati saying that no resolution will be dropped.
Bahati said that the caucus is going to discuss ways of implementing the resolutions without fail.
The meeting is taking place as reports indicated that the prime minister who is also the party secretary general that he may contest against president Yoweri Museveni 2016 general elections contrary to the caucus resolution in Kyankwanzi which want the president sole candidate in the party primaries.
Among the resolutions which they need urgently implemented include NRM Party chairman Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to offer himself as a presidential candidate and NRM flag bearer in the 2016 general elections without any one standing against him in the party primaries.
The caucus discourages some senior leaders within the party with Presidential ambitions from pursuing schemes that compromise party cohesion, unity, breed factionalism, and instead urge them to use established party procedures in an open manner.