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Wapa Hails Polls

By Vision Reporter

Added 8th January 2002 03:00 AM

James Wapakhabulo, the Third Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, has said the lower council elections was a testimony that the Movement is a democratic system of governance.

James Wapakhabulo, the Third Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, has said the lower council elections was a testimony that the Movement is a democratic system of governance.

Nathan Etengu James Wapakhabulo, the Third Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, has said the lower council elections was a testimony that the Movement is a democratic system of governance. He said the election was another way of empowering the people to chose their own leaders. “The enthusiastic participation by the electorate and the high number of candidates dismisses the claim that Uganda is not a democratic country,” Wapakhabulo said. Wapakhabulo and his wife Angelina cast their votes at Nkoma I polling station in Nabuyonga ward, Northern Division, Mbale Municipality. But the elections were marred by irregularities. Most voters in Mbale found their names missing in the register. Others had to move from one polling station to another in search of their names. Ends

Wapa Hails Polls

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