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Today in History; August 23, 1962

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Added 23rd August 2016 09:23 AM

Prime Minister Milton Obote said the Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) government would not tolerate any attempt, direct or indirect by any political party

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Apollo Milton Obote with other party members in a UPC meeting at Naguru in 1962

Prime Minister Milton Obote said the Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) government would not tolerate any attempt, direct or indirect by any political party

Prime Minister Milton Obote said the Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) government would not tolerate any attempt, direct or indirect by any political party to undermine by force or subversion the wishes of the people.
 
Obote was commenting on his party’s victory in the West Nile district elections. He said the UPC party would not hesitate to invoke the laws and resources of the united people of Uganda to deal with any person or all who might have been found guilty of undermining the security and good governance of Uganda.

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