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Todwong Rallies Arua, Cautions Against ‘Bad Politics’

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NRM Deputy Secretary General, Richard Todwong addressing voters in Upper Madi on Sunday

Ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) Deputy Secretary General, viagra Richard Todwong has warned Upper Madi Constituency voters in Arua district against using elective politics to create divisions amongst themselves.

Todwong says politics should only help in sharing and generating ideas to further develop the country other than creating enemies.

He was Sunday afternoon addressing two rallies in Okollo, one of the four Sub Counties that constitute Upper Madi Constituency.

“Desist from bad politics and focus on development,” Hon Todwong preached.

“In NRM we preach unity and electoral politics should not split u apart,” he added.

An excited NRM supporter cheers Etuka

An excited NRM supporter cheers Etuka

To illustrate his point, Todwong cooled down the fuming voters who had started roaring at Drito Martin Andi another candidate whose small-sized convoy drove into the NRM rally in Baito parish.

The Deputy SG pleaded to NRM supporters to ignore the provocation and instead continued listening to NRM speakers.

Drito, an independent candidate maintained his rally adjacent NRM’s.

WHY ISAAC ETUKA?

Hon Todwong said he had before served in Parliament with two [John Arumadri – FDC and Martin Drito – Independent] out of the three candidates in the race.

He hinted on knowing their strengths and weaknesses but maintained that Etuka was the best option.

“Etuka is closer to government and therefore a better choice to represent you,” he emphasised.

Todwong said even the President would soon travel to upper Madi to canvass support for him.

Hon Todwong will remain camped here until the party mission is accomplished, according to the ruling party officials.

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