Thousands Flock To Bobi Wine’s Campaigns in West Nile

Business came to standstill as thousands flocked to attend Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine’s campaigns as he commenced his national wide presidential campaigns in West Nile which started in Pakwach and later Nebbi before reaching Arua city.

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While in Pakwach, Bobi Wine vowed to restore the railway lines in the area whose operation has since stopped. This was amid excitement from the huge crowds that ushered him into Pakwach.

The first time presidential runner, Bobi Wine later moved to Nebbi and later sealed it with Arua City where he clashed with security Forces in 2018, later leading to his arrest after his supporters allegedly throwing stones at incumbent’s convey, an incident that later for international calls asking for his release.

During his manifesto launch on Saturday in Mbarara City, Bobi Wine promised to improve teachers welfare.

The Picture below shows how people turned up for Bobi Wine’s Campaigns in West Nile…

Bobi Wine's campaigns kick off in West nile. Excitement As Bobi Wine Travels To Pakwach For Today's Campaign Launch

“Teachers must not wait for three months to be paid a salary that is not even enough to pay school fees for their own children. Teachers should be respectable citizens. Our government will ensure that teachers earn a decent salary, that they live in decent accommodation and have access to meaningful benefits when they retire,” he said.

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While speaking about the issue of youth unemployment, Bobi Wine promised to find youths what he teamed as meaningful employment opportunities.

“In our first term of office, our plan is to create five million jobs! We shall do this by refocusing our priorities, investing in technology and embarking on a massive industrialisation agenda,” he said

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