Crispin Kaheru resigned the position of the Coordinator of the Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral effective Friday 11th October 2019.
He presented his letter of resignation dated September 11 to Hon Miria Matembe, Chairperson, CCEDU.
“I made a personal commitment to serve in this position for a maximum of nine years, so now having fulfilled my personal pledge its time for me to begin a new phase in professional life,” the letter reads.
“Madam chair I exit, I can assure you that I leave behind a committed CCEDU membership that truly believes in the vision and mission of CCEDU- and a membership that is foresighted and ready to walk the last mile realise the coalitions aspirations.”
Kaheru played a vital role in coordinating critical national wide citizen-centred electoral reform advocacy efforts as well as superintending over non- conventional voter mobilisation campaigns such as ‘Honour Your Vote’, a Campaign he says positively influenced millions of Ugandans.
Here is the full letter: