Supporters of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC presidential
candidate, Patrick Amuriat are optimistic that, his leadership will improve
service delivery within the region.
Speaking to journalists at the side-lines of Amuriat’s campaign trail within
Busoga sub-region, his supporters said that, they think he will advocate for the
construction of better schools and hospital infrastructure.
Amuriat launched his Busoga campaign trail in Buyende district and he is
traversing the districts of Iganga and Bugweri.
Zaina Namono, a resident of Lubas road says that Amuriat is a strong leader who
is likely to advocate for better infrastructure within the sub-region.
“I live in Jinja city but most roads are full of potholes,
therefore, I am persuaded that Amuriat is the right leader who will fairly distribute
government resources to ensure balanced infrastructural development in all
parts of the country,” she says.
James Otuba says that Amuriat speaks with humility and is considerate towards
other people’s opinions while canvassing for votes therefore and has better
capacity to manage the country’s affairs.
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Enid Nabukwasi, the FDC Jinja City Woman Member of Parliament flag bearer says
that their candidate has presented a manifesto which caters for the essential
needs of all Ugandans irrespective of their age group and thus deserving of the
Nabukwasi further says that Amuriat’s barefoot campaign has drawn him closer to
the people who are equally going through hardships due to poor service
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While speaking to journalists during his campaigns, Amuriat says that he has
identified the different challenges affecting the country and his government
targets improvement of peoples’ livelihoods through boosting the agriculture
and transport sectors.