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Fight AIDS, Mukula tells PAFO

By Vision Reporter

Added 7th May 2004 03:00 AM

THE Parliamentary Advocacy Forum (PAFO) should abandon their campaign against the third term and mobilise the population against HIV/AIDS, the state health minister Capt. Mike Mukula (right) advised on Thursday.

THE Parliamentary Advocacy Forum (PAFO) should abandon their campaign against the third term and mobilise the population against HIV/AIDS, the state health minister Capt. Mike Mukula (right) advised on Thursday.

By Jude Etyang

THE Parliamentary Advocacy Forum (PAFO) should abandon their campaign against the third term and mobilise the population against HIV/AIDS, the state health minister Capt. Mike Mukula (right) advised on Thursday.

He made the remarks during a press conference in Kampala organised by Uganda Cares, a private and public sector partnership in delivery of comprehensive HIV/AIDS treatment.

PAFO is a pressure group comprising of MPs opposed to the lifting of term limits for the presidency to give president Yoweri Museveni a third term locally known as ekisanja.

Mukula said PAFO was wasting time on ekisanja which he said was a non-issue.

Mukula said Museveni had championed the fight against HIV/AIDS and that he should be allowed to fulfil his manifesto before constitutional issues can be discussed.

Mukula said the movement government was the best Ugandans have had since, “Adam and Eve left the garden of Eden.”
“If you you are doubting me, ask God!” he said.

Fight AIDS, Mukula tells PAFO

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