According to the Electoral Commission (EC) campaign program, Kalembe was supposed to continue campaigning in the two districts after she wrote to the EC informing them of a change in the campaign schedule. However, the delay in communicating to the police in the two districts by the EC prevented the presidential candidate from holding campaigns.
Kalembe, who is canvassing for votes on various media platforms in Kampala says agriculture contributes a lot to the of the country with at least 22 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) according to 2019 statistics and most of the population (60 % both formal and informal) deriving their livelihood from the sector.
Nancy says that while she requires a range of between two to three million shillings to run her campaigns with her teams per day, the situation has forced her to re-strategize and substantially cut down her expenditures to fit into the modest budget she is operating on, to enable her to keep going.
Nancy Linda Kalembe, says the development of water, railway and road transport networks have previously been premised on where resources are, hence leaving out certain people from contributing and accessing from the economy.
The plan entails an economic strategy that revives Uganda in 12 to 24 months through empowering community businesses, farming, job creation, land security and putting in place response teams for disasters and pandemics.
According to Kalembe, due to land grabbing in Uganda, people cannot produce goods and contribute to the economy, have collateral to business or merge with others who have the human and financial capital to start up small firms in Uganda.
Robert Mayombwe, a voter from Kiwenda in Wakiso district says that for the presidential and constituency debates to be understood, the people need to know what the politicians are promising to deliver when elected in 2021.
The manifesto launch scheduled for Thursday 12 at Kakindu stadium will involve a presentation of key issues the presidential candidate aims to present to Ugandans to be elected as President of Uganda in January 2021.