DP’S MAO CALLS FOR EXCLUSION OF TRIBALISM IN UGANDA’S POLITICS

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The Democratic Party presidential candidate Norbert Mao has called for an end to tribalism in Uganda’s politics.

He says that he intends to lead a campaign based on values and vision for Uganda, rather than who he is and where he comes from.

Mao told Journalists after his nomination that for many years, politicians in Uganda have wanted to ride on their tribal, religious and ethnic backgrounds as vehicles to leadership, while at the same time wrecking the country.

Mao called for members of the National Resistance Movement who feel uncomfortable within their party to stop pretending and come out openly to join the struggle to change Uganda’s leadership for the betterment of all Ugandans.

Meanwhile, another independent aspirant, a 24year John Katumba who was turned away by the Electoral Commission yesterday has finally secured his nomination after paying the required fees.

Katumba told journalists that he chose a Table as his symbol because he intends to start his presidency by bringing all Ugandans on the table as he explains.

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