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Kalembe Defies Police, Launches Manifesto in Jinja City

Kalembe promised to prioritize both girl and boy child education, agitate for better policies governing the media industry in a bid to improve the country’s global image.
Presidential candidate, Nancy Kalembe launches her manifesto at Kakindu stadium on Thursday.

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Presidential candidate, Nancy Kalembe on Thursday evening defied police and launched her manifesto at Kakindu stadium. Earlier on Thursday, police blocked her from conducting any campaign-related activities in Jinja City. 

Before her manifesto launch, Kalembe was denied from holding a procession in Jinja City. She held a closed-door meeting with the district security committee who cleared her to hold a consultative meeting with dozens of her supporters. 

While speaking to journalists before Kalembe’s evening meeting, the Kiira region police spokesperson, Abbey Ngako told journalists that, Kalembe was prohibited from unveiling her manifesto because she hadn’t received clearance from the electoral commission. 

Ngako stressed that the private meeting which was slated to last for one and half hours would enable Kalembe to interact with her supporters under strict adherence to the covid19 prevention measures.

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However, Kalembe who was clad in a pair of sports clothes as she held her symbol, a Ball arrived in an open roof vehicle at Kakindu Stadium amidst cheers from her supporters. 

Kalembe promised to prioritize both girl and boy child education, agitate for better policies governing the media industry in a bid to improve the country’s global image.

Kalembe further pledged to promote vocational skills training at all education levels in a bid to produce more job creators so as curb unemployment levels in the country. 

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