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I'll win Kampala mayoral race by 65% - Ragga Dee

By Paul Kiwuuwa

Added 24th February 2016 05:00 PM

Kazibwe arrived at the polling center shortly after after 8am. He was the first on the queue.

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Ragga Dee flanked by his wife Maria Kazibwe queues to cast his vote in Makindye Division. Photo by Eddie Ssejjoba

Kazibwe arrived at the polling center shortly after after 8am. He was the first on the queue.

NRM Kampala mayoral aspirant Daniel Kazibwe commonly known as Ragga Dee has pledged to fight for the voiceless and the poor.

“When I am elected the Kampala mayor, I will fight for the poor, less privileged, create employment opportunities for youths and care for the elderly,” Kazibwe said.

He added that Kampala City and its suburbs are not meant for only the rich, saying that he will ensure that the rich desist from the habit of grabbing land from the poor ones.

“It is a public outcry that the rich grab land from the poor in Kampala suburbs.  The rich should desist from the vice, I will fight it,” said Kazibwe.

 

 agga ee receives his ballot from a polling official hoto by ddie sejjoba Ragga Dee receives his ballot from a polling official. Photo by Eddie Ssejjoba

 

“I will also create ways for, the street vendors to work within the city, in designated places,” Kazibwe said.

Asked what he will do to ensure the boda boda cyclists operate in the city, he said; “I will ensure that the boda boda operators within the city are not chased away because it is source of employment for the youths who are the majority in the city.”

“By the end of the tallying exercise, I will win by 65% in today's polls,” the confident Kazibwe said, after ticking his ballot at 8:45am at LC1 Meeting Center, Kizungu in Makindye division.

Kazibwe arrived at the polling center shortly after after 8am. He was the first on the queue.

 agga ee was quizzed by police after it was claimed that he was playing loud music near the polling station hoto by ddie sejjoba Ragga Dee was quizzed by police after it was claimed that he was playing loud music near the polling station. Photo by Eddie Ssejjoba

 

Asked why he was dressed in NRM party attire at the time of voting, Kazibwe denied committing any offense, since he was the NRM party flag bearer for the Kampala mayoral race.

“I have not committed any crime, there is no law barring a flag bearer dressing in party attire. The law is against campaigning, using party symbols, slogans, singing party songs, near a polling station,” Kazibwe said. 

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