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Presidential Candidate Sick, Broke and Unable to Campaign

Mayambala last campaigned in west Nile districts of Arua and Maracha and Koboko districts on 4th December. However in Arua Mayambala was accommodated at Arua police station where he slept in his car after failing to meet the hotel costs.
Mayambala slept in car in Arua

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The Independent Presidential candidate Willy Mayambala has missed campaigning for the last five days due to an illnesses that is said to be as a result of fatigue.      

Mayambala last campaigned in west Nile districts of Arua and Maracha and Koboko districts on 4th December. However in Arua Mayambala was accommodated at Arua police station where he slept in his car after failing to meet the hotel costs.      

  The Next day when Mayambala returned to his Mukono-Seeta home, he developed sickness that couldn’t allow him resume his campaigns the following day. Since Friday he has missed his campaigns in Yumbe, Adjumani,  Moyo, Kitgum and Gulu districts.          

   Speaking to Uganda Radio Network-URN this evening, Mayambala said he has been at Mukono regional hospital but the testing could not find malaria that he suspected, but the doctors informed him that the problem is as a result of Fatigue.      

“I have received a few medications. You know our hospitals have no drugs, the doctors told me to buy other drugs which is unfortunate," Mayambala told URN. "I am still not feeling well and am having a headache but I have got some drugs and hope my condition will improve.”           

   He apologizes to his many supporters in all areas he has missed campaigning. Mayambala was supposed to campaign in Lira district on Wednesday which is likely not to happen.

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  Mayambala has severally been failing to turn up for campaigns due to financial constraints. His Campaign Manager, Karim Jamal, says the presidential candidate has been facing financial challenges especially fuel and vehicles which bars him from traversing the area as planned. 

     

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