NRM IS UGANDA’S MEDICINE - PRESIDENT MUSEVENI TO DOKOLO VOTERS WHILE CAMPAIGNING FOR ADONGO

President Museveni wondered why some Ugandans continue to embrace the “wrong medicine” which killed the patient in the past, explaining that he finds such a decision as lack of seriousness and dishonesty.

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NRM IS UGANDA’S MEDICINE - PRESIDENT MUSEVENI TO DOKOLO VOTERS WHILE CAMPAIGNING FOR ADONGO
Ms. Janet Rose Adongo Elau receives NRM flag from H.E Yoweri Museveni

By MOSES OLET EMOR 

H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the NRM National Chairman and President has encouraged the people of Dokolo District to join the ruling party, saying it has the medicine which is able to deal with the problems of Ugandans.

“I hear in Dokolo there are people who are UPC and don't want to work with NRM or join NRM, why don't you join the medicine that seems to have worked? There was a patient called Uganda, the other medicines applied on him did not work, this one for NRM, seems to have worked,” he said.

The President made the remarks today at Atabu Primary School Playground, Bata Sub-county while campaigning for the NRM flag bearer for Dokolo woman Member of Parliament seat, Ms. Janet Rose Adongo Elau. Voting is slated for Thursday 21st, March, 2024.

The Dokolo Woman Member of Parliament seat fell vacant following the death of the area woman MP, Hon. Cecilia Atim Ogwal on 18th January, 2024.

During the rally, the President observed a moment of silence in respect to the fallen legislator.

President Museveni wondered why some Ugandans continue to embrace the “wrong medicine” which killed the patient in the past, explaining that he finds such a decision as lack of seriousness and dishonesty.

“The man was down and couldn't get off his bed, but he is walking now and he seems to be even running. Why don't you say that this medicine seems to be working but you say no, I will continue with the medicine which killed the other patient in the past. Then you even bring a new one which has never even been tried anywhere called FDC,” he continued.

The President further informed the rally that the names of the political parties are not that important and what is crucial is what brings the people together to deal with their needs.

The President also flagged off the NRM flag bearer, Ms. Adongo and he also gave an opportunity to the NRM members who stepped down from the race in favor of the flag bearer to briefly address the masses.

The NRM Secretary General, Rt. Hon. Richard Todwong thanked the NRM secretariat leadership and all team members for being on ground and campaigning for the party flag bearer.

“If we had more time, definitely, we would have reached village by village, but we didn't have much time, most of the campaigns were structured around the sub counties,” Rt. Hon. Todwong said.

“We did not do the register update in Dokolo because of the campaigns which were going on and I would like to assure the people of Dokolo that next week, we shall send their books and start registering in the villages after elections,” he added.

Ms. Adongo assured the people of Dokolo that she is going to work for their interests of development.

At the second rally held at Amatiburu Primary School Playground, President Museveni reiterated his call against the politics of identity.

The rallies were also attended by the Government Chief Whip, Hon. Hamson Obua, Minister of Health, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng, and the Minister of State for Economic Monitoring, Hon. Beatrice Akello Akori, NRM Electoral Commission, Dr Tanga Odoi, Hon Rosemary Seninde, the director for Mobilisation, Counsel Awich Pollar, the director external Affairs, NRM district leaders, among others.

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