Onen told Uganda Radio Network in an interview from Opit Town Council on Monday that his manifesto revolves around six key areas amongst them revamping the agriculture, health, and education sectors in Omoro District.
Until his father’s demise, little or nothing was known about Ojok’s political ambitions in his native home district of Omoro or around the country. The 32-year-old had spent most of his career working as an Information and Technology professional at the National Information Technology Authority -Uganda (NITA-U) and other organizations.
According to Mawa, Oulanyah's family members had earlier fronted the deceased's son, Andrew Ojok to contest as a replacement for his father. He notes that as members of the Puranga clan, they have scheduled a meeting with all aspirants on Friday this week to come out with a common position.