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Bwengye Calls For Calm

By Vision Reporter

Added 10th March 2001 03:00 AM

PRESIDENTIAL Candidate Francis Bwengye has appealed to his supporters to be peacefully and avoid violence in the forth-coming presidential elections, writes Vision Reporter.

PRESIDENTIAL Candidate Francis Bwengye has appealed to his supporters to be peacefully and avoid violence in the forth-coming presidential elections, writes Vision Reporter.

PRESIDENTIAL Candidate Francis Bwengye has appealed to his supporters to be peacefully and avoid violence in the forth-coming presidential elections, writes Vision Reporter. Bwengye was addressing a campaign rally at Mpigi district yesterday. He condemned the on going election violence in the country. "My friends, on March 12, get out of your homes and go and cast your votes peacefully and return to your homes to wait for the results," Bwengye, speaking in Luganda told the gathering. He attacked the Uganda Revenue Authority for failing to comply with the law on taxation. Bwengye said he would introduce another company to collect taxes. He also said he would provide free education from primary one to the University, as it is done in the neighbouring countries. Bwengye told the people that although the movement government had the capacity to provide free education, it was misusing the facilities for personal interests. He promised to employ Col. Kizza Besigye as his adviser in the defence ministry and other candidates as ministers. Bwengye said Besigye's retirement from active service in the army, showed that he was no longer capable of serving the country. Ends

Bwengye Calls For Calm

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