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The incumbent Ibanda South Member of Parliament, this asked voters to elect only NRM candidates who he said stand a better chance of delivering services to their constituencies.
Eng Byabagambi made the call yesterday during the launch of the NRM campaign in Buteraniro, Ndeija Sub County in Rwampara, Mbarara district.
He stressed at the function that the NRM Members of Parliament have an advantage of using the party caucus “to get things done much faster.”
Independent candidates and the opposition on the other hand he said, have to rely entirely on the parliamentary vote.
The independents according to the Minister are not under pressure to deliver because they don’t account to any political party.
“In the last five years, I have not seen any leader from Rwampara coming to my office demanding for a road,” he said.
“The last person I remember was Charles Ngabirano who at that time was MP in the 2006–2011 Parliament.”
Ngabirano is now the area parliamentary candidate on the NRM ticket, facing the incumbent Hon Vincent Kyamadidi who is independent.
The Minister went ahead to caution independent candidates against using NRM material such as T shirts as well as signs and symbols during their campaigns.
Meanwhile the Works Minister at the event hailed the Milton Obote government which constructed up to 1100km of roads in the country, compared to Iddi Amin “who managed to up a singular 8km road from Kampala to Gaba.”
He went on to contrast the two regimes with the current NRM government which has managed to put up more than 1400 kilometers of tarmac roads.
While campaigning in the area, President Yoweri Museveni promised to tarmac the two main roads in the area with one connecting to Kikagati Isingiro which is about to commence.
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