Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has promised a properly developed road network to the people of Obongi.
As he continues traversing the parts of West Nile, the National Unity Platform presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has promised a properly developed road network to the people of Obongi.
Kyagulanyi yesterday started his campaign journey in Obongi where he asked the gathered supporters of how many tarmac roads exist in their region and he also said that there lucky not to have come in a rainy season.
“I want to ask you how many tarmac roads are in Obongi and we are lucky not to have come in a rainy season we should have reached here at night,” kyagulanyi said.
Kyagulanyi also promised a proper health care system and also he spoke about his freedom message which he preaches to every part of Uganda he goes to.
“I know that there is no reasonable health centre or hospital in this area. The message I bring to you is message of freedom. Freedom from poverty, freedom from backwardness,” kyagulanyi said.
After Obongi Kyagulanyi headed for Moyo where he had to use a boat to cross from one part of the city to the other. During the process of crossing his vehicle lost its plate number and a group of young youth was seen looking for it.
The search was unsuccessful and he had to approach Moyo with one plate number on his vehicle.
“You can see if a woman was pregnant she would have no option but to die before child labor . Not even a bodaboda can cross and if that happened at night the situation could be worse. It has opened my mind further on how the ruling class is disconnected from the people of Moyo and Obongi,” he added.
On reaching Moyo, Kyagulanyi was welcomed by a big number crowds that were waiting for him on the road sides and they trekked with him up to the campaign venue but unfortunately, they were not allowed to access the campaign venue.
He decided to move closer to the fence and that’s how he managed to speak to them amidst cheers and praises. He promised to remove registration fee for candidates saying it doesn’t make any sense for a student to study from primary one to seven and then drops out because of the registration fee.
Kyagulanyi today heads for Amuru, Amoro which are parts of the Acholi sub-region.