Gen Muntu says ANT already have in their manifesto plans to revamp the economy through lifting investment and budgetary expenditures from 3.8 percent to 10 percent, establishing an agricultural bank for farmers to access cheap credit and improving the standard of education.
Mugisha Muntu who was addressing residents in Pader district on Saturday said that incumbent president Museveni is taking advantage of the public resources he has access to like tax payers money to address citizens of Uganda on television and radio any time he wishes, so that people can be stuck with him.
Kirabira says that whereas some Ugandans are furiously agitating to gain their freedom, they are at the same time injuring the available peace in the country yet Uganda currently needs peace much more than anything else.
Sheik Noah Nabwanga the county sheik for Katwe said that the residents aretired of being asked to create groups for provision of loans every now and then with no clear indication from the government on when funds would be available
The four parties share among themselves 60 MPs with FDC having the lion’s share with 37 MPs, 15 for DP, seven for UPC and one for Jeema. However, for most of those 60 positions, not only is the NRM fronting candidates to try and capture them, but even other opposition parties want to capture the same seats.
Amuriat who was arrested in Bushenyi for immediate transportation to Mbarara where the offence was allegedly committed, has asked his fellow presidential candidates not to call off their campaigns just because he has been arrested. He is now in the hands of DPC John Rutagira who was knocked down by the boda boda that spirited Amuriat away on Wednesday.
During her campaign trail in Lango region, Kalembe made several pledges that include fighting corruption, stopping land grabbing, improving teacher’s welfare, better health for youths and women among others.
Dozens of concerned candidates contesting for District Councillorship and Parliamentary seats under the party’s ticket from Pader, Kitgum, Agago, Nwoya, Amuru and Omoro Districts converged on Thursday at their regional party headquarters in Gulu City to condemn security brutality.
The survey which was conducted in 29 districts, 70 constituencies and 14,169 villages across the country, targeted 939 aspirants. Of these, 615 were aspirants interested in becoming directly elected Members of Parliament, 151 district women representative aspirants, 116 district aspirants and 57 persons aspiring for mayorship.
After several minutes of negotiations between police and Amuriat’s Chief mobiliser, Roland Mugume Kaginda, he was allowed to proceed to Sheema Municipal Main Stadium on foot through Kabwohe town council with his supporters.
The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda (CoU), the Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu has called upon all leaders and citizens to embrace a more peaceful way of conducting themselves in campaigns and upcoming 2021 election.
According to the clerics, the Uganda Police Force needs to appreciate the fact that the manner in, which they endeavour to fulfil their constitutional role will have a direct impact on the electoral process, arguing that it is critical for police to remain impartial in the execution of their mandate.
The public has also witnessed blockage of candidates from accessing campaign venues, booked radio programmes and other places by policemen and soldiers.