The 2016 presidential campaigns which started yesterday will continue today with the incumbent President Yoweri Museveni taking his message to Nakaseke, Nakasongola, and Amolator
By Moses Mulondo
The 2016 presidential campaigns which started yesterday will continue today with the incumbent President Yoweri Museveni taking his message to Nakaseke, Nakasongola, and Amolator.
The Forum for Democratic Change’s flag bearer Dr. Kizza Besigye will take his campaign to another western Uganda district of Ntungamo.
Former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi who is backed by six opposition parties (DP, SDP, PPP, UFA, and Justice Forum), will be in Mukono district.
Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, who was scheduled to be in Buikwe today, suspended his campaigns yesterday until the electoral commission addresses his grievances which include the need to give presidential candidates police lead cars so that they don’t delay in traffic jam.
Independent presidential candidates Maureen Kyalya and Eng. Joseph Mabirizi who are using a joint campaign platform will have their campaigns in Bugiri and Namayingo.
Dr. Abed Bwanika who is contesting for the presidency for the third time will carry his message to the people of Iganga and Luuka.
Judging from the crowds presidential candidates pulled on their first campaign trajectory yesterday, there is every indication to suggest that the 2016 presidential race is a three-horse race among Mbabazi, Museveni, and Besigye.
Presidential campaigns enter second day