NRM’S top leaders led by Museveni warm up for Omoro by-elections, Ojok’s victory secured

Uganda???s President Yoweri Museveni performs push-ups in a video released to the public via the president???s social media accounts, at State House in Entebbe, Uganda Thursday, April 9, 2020. Uganda's 75-year-old president has released a homemade exercise video to show skeptical countrymen that one can stay in shape under the lockdown that has been implemented to curb transmission of the new coronavirus. (Uganda Presidential Press Unit via AP)

Any time this week, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will be getting on road to Omoro as the top most  leadership of the National Resistance Movement(NRM) start preparations to hit the campaign and  gather support for Andrew Ojok, the NRM candidate.

 (Uganda Presidential Press Unit Picture via AP). The big man is soon heading to Omoro

 

A few other NRM leaders had already camped in Omoro to campaign for Ojok who wants to replace his father, the late Jacob Oulanyah. They have been convening several meetings with various groups to teach them how they can utilise government programmes already in place to get themselves out of poverty.

The campaigns have entered the last lap as all contestants remain with only three days to lure the locals to entrust them with their votes in a bid to represent them in parliament for the four years left.

Elections are  on this week on Thursday  May 26.

 

 

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