The NRM leadership in Kiyunga wants severe action taken against party members who burnt down the NRM district offices.
On Saturday angry NRM members set a blaze the Kiyunga District NRM offices and looted property in the neighboring shops.
Property worth forty million including a car, furniture, a computer and NRM documents were gutted in the fire.
Meddy Mulumba, Kiyunga district NRM chairperson wants the party leadership to take severe punitive action against all members connected to the attack.
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Meddy Mulumba warns that if nothing against unruly party members that violence is likely to spill over in the 2011 elections.
Abdullah Waiswa, a victim of the attack says that he was put at gun point to announce results in favor of one candidate despite the fact that he didn't win the elections.
Waiswa urges the party leadership to sensitize its members on the rules governing the party elections.
He says that many NRM card holding party members don't know how the rules of the party apply to them.
Samuel Kakyada, one of the suspects arrested in connection with attack on the party offices says that he is innocent.
Kakyada was arrested on Saturday and detained at Njeru police station for inciting violence.
Samson Lubega, South Eastern regional police spokes person says police in investigating all acts of violence in the region.
Two NRM candidates John Patrick Bageya and Milton Muwuma in Iganga have been summoned for questioning at Iganga Central Police station.
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