Today is the 4th day of the ongoing presidential campaigns and the candidates hit the trail once again.
By Joyce Nakato
Today is the 4th day of the ongoing presidential campaigns and six – out of eight – presidential candidates hit the trail once again to traverse the country seeking support ahead of the 2016 general elections.
NRM's President Yoweri Museveni is again expected in the northern region of Uganda, more specifically Aleptong and Otuke while FDC's Kizza Besigye is heading out to Kanungu in western Uganda.
Amama Mbabazi of the Go Forward is heading to Luwero district.
Dr. Abed Bwanika of the People's Development Party (PDP) is meeting voters in Namutumba and Kaliro while joint candidates Maureen Kyalya and Joseph Mabirizi are to continue with their trail in Kamuli and Byende in the east.
But as these candidates prepare to step up to the podium to start in front of voters, Vision Group has already set boots on ground in all these regions and compiled the concerns of the voters on each and every specific issue that they want the presidential candidates to address.
Most of these issues cut across the different regions that the candidates will be visiting today and they include, among other things, biting poverty, health, poor road networks, water and sanitation.
Many of the voters also want to hear about issues concerning improvement in the education system, agriculture, energy services, national security and employment.
www.elections.co.ug, specifically dedicated to cover all elections-related content, brings you updates from the different campaign trails, plus related stories.
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