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DP to hold prayers for victims of election violence

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Democratic Party-DP will hold prayers to mourn victims of election violence. DP presidential candidate Norbert Mao disclosed that all their party supporters, leaders across the country will on Wednesday wear black attire. Speaking to journalists in Gulu on Tuesday, Mao said that by dressing …

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Why Mao is key factor in how Acholi sub region votes

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | When Democratic Party-DP’s Norbert Mao contested for presidency in 2011, he won Nwoya with 54 percent. He also won Amuru and Gulu districts scoring 44 and 42 percent respectively. Mao also polled 35 percent in Kitgum district. Mao is the only candidate who has ever …

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Museveni can’t stop change-Mao

Pader, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | Change of leadership is inevitable in Uganda whether president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni likes it or not, the Democratic Party-DP presidential candidate, Norbert Mao has said. According to Mao, Museveni should not live in denial that he cannot be removed because he too came through change …

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Mityana municipality DP candidate abandons Mao, campaigns for Museveni

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Democratic Party-DP’s Abraham Luzzi who is contesting for Mityana municipality MP seat is campaigning for NRM’s candidate Yoweri Museveni despite the presence of his party’s president general Norbert Mao in the presidential race. Uganda will on Thursday 14th January this week hold general elections with …

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Mao promises Buganda unconditional return of all kingdom property

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Democratic Party (DP) presidential candidate Norbert Mao has used his interface with the Buganda Kingdom Premier to pledge the unconditional and immediate return of the institution’s property once elected head of state. Mao together with other party officials today met Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga …

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Mao to establish tribunal to address land grabbing

Kalangala, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | The Democratic Party-DP presidential candidate Norbert Mao has promised to establish a Stolen Assets Recovery Tribunal to address land conflicts in the country. Mao who was campaigning in Kalangala explained that the tribunal would ensure that Kalangala residents will reclaim their land, which was allegedly …

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Museveni has never won Gulu: Can Mao extend this losing record?

Gulu, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | As the 2021 general elections draw close the campaigners of the National Resistance Movement-NRM, presidential candidate, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni must be strategizing to overcome his perennial defeat in Gulu district. Museveni has never won any election in Gulu district since 1996.   In 1996, Paul Kawanga …

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NRM planning to rig Election – Tumukunde

Kampala, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | Independent presidential candidate retired Lt. General Henry Tumukunde has accused the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party of plotting to manipulate the 2021 presidential election results.  His comment stems from an opinion poll published by ‘The Red pepper’ tabloid on Monday showing that the incumbent was …

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Mao has made us look like jokers – Mpigi DP supporters

Mpigi, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | Democratic party supporters and leaders in Mpigi district are frustrated by the party presidential flag bearer Norbert Mao skipping the presidential campaigns yet the exercise was given very little time. Although they contend that he is a good public speaker, Mao has not given the …

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Mao promises to enact law on compensation of Teso war victims

Soroti, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | The Democratic Party- DP presidential candidate, Norbert Mao has promised to enact an Act of parliament to enable the government to compensate Teso war victims.    In a press conference held at Timisha Hotel in Soroti City on Monday, Mao said that although government through …

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