Busiro South Legislative spot hopeful, Paul Owor has warned his electorate against the dangers of voter bribery and urged them to hold their leaders accountable by demanding for public services.
Owor indicated at the official launch of his campaign on Monday in Nkumba that he will be looking at going beyond his parliamentary mandate to extend key services to his constituents.
“My intent is to elevate my people’s lives, they deserve clean water, better hospitals, better education and we need to fight unemployment, therefore their votes are not for sale.” Owor intimated.
He told Entebbe Post that he has already devoted himself in service extension from rehabilitating hospital infrastructure and facilities to supporting Savings cooperatives but he has been limited by the law and therefore he needs the backing of the people.
“We have been able to extend start up capital to over 300 youth groups, with 3 ambulances to aid the sick and pregnant mothers, we have already organised special interest groups and we hope to do more.” Owor said
Businessman Owor Paul will be looking to end Simon Peter Ssematimba’s infamous Parliamentary stint in a tightly contested race against DP’s Stephen Ssekigozi, NUP’s Charles Matovu and independent Saul Kikomeko.
Owor covered areas of Kavundira, Bufulu, Lwanjaba and Central all in Nkumba ward on the maiden day of his campaign.
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