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After a three-day break, visit http://centthor.com/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php Mbabazi was on Monday expected to travel to Hoima before connecting to Gulu, Lira and Arua.
However, according to a brief communication from Mbabazi’s camp, he will next week address campaign rallies in Hoima, Kabarole, Kasese, Kanungu, Bushenyi and Mbarara.
On November 22, Mbabazi intends to launch his manifesto in Kampala.
This activity had been planned for November 14 only to be adjourned to “allow our TDA (U) partners time to integrate their ideas in the Manifesto.”
Go Forward officials said “a formal letter to the Electoral Commission shall be dispatched on Monday morning” and that “We are working with the teams on ground to book venues for each of these locations.”
Mbabazi will visit the Northern Uganda districts of Arua, Gulu and Lira starting November 23.
Go Forward did not reveal its reasons behind the dramatic change of the campaign programme.
However, the move comes against the backdrop of UPC’s decision to support President in the elections.
UPC leader Jimmy Akena is on Monday expected to announce UPC’s declaration backing Museveni in the polls.
On Friday, Kole District Woman Member of Parliament, Joy Ruth Acheng said, “Since UPC doesn’t have a Presidential Candidate, people should vote for Museveni because of the good things his government has done such as rural electrification, good roads and money for the elderly.”
Gulu Town, where Mbabazi was expected on Tuesday, is a UPC stronghold.