October 28, 2020
October 28, 2020

Odonga Otto quits FDC for DP, am coming for presidency in general elections-Mao


By Ronald Kabuye
Aruu county and forum for Democratic change FDC legislator Hon. Samuel Odonga Otto took many by surprise when he announced that he will contest under Democratic Party ticket in the coming elections.
Otto made the statement during UYD reunion, we’re he stated that the above will show whether there is genuine unit amongst opposition leaders since its different fronts one cause.
” controversial as Iam, am declaring that  I will contest in the coming elections under the DP” said Otto

He listed a number of things going wrong in the country including murders, kidnaps, corruption, poor social services amongst others.
After the announcement the Leader of Opposition in parliament Winnie Kiiza looked in disbelief before stating that controversial as he is he might change the decision.
Kiiza has belief that the unit exhibited will help them overthrow the ruling government in additional to a clear and  comprehensive strategy to achieve the same.

Meanwhile Democratic Party president Norbert Mao declared that he will stand for presidency in the coming general election.
This after announcing the death of the witch who has been  bewitching DP not to take the top sit in the country.
He also  based on the fact that he was the first UYD legislator and district chairperson thus he will be the first president of Uganda from UYD.

His response came following a question from PDP President Dr Abed Bwanika  on who bewitched DP not to front and support their owns and failure to take over power with all the potential they have.
He appealed to all the members to keep to the truth and know the role they have to play in the struggle of taking up power.
He further stated that their next  agenda is to develop a strategy and tactics to achieve their objectives.

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