Tension as Central region voters vow to give Maam Kisanja Block vote

Tension as Central region voters vow to give Maam Kisanja Block vote

By Our Reporter

BUGANDA

Reports emerging from the field especially in the Central region in the political election category of elderly parliamentary aspirants in the NRM primaries indicates that the voters have reportedly agreed to give a block vote to Busingye  Peninah Kalenge because of her good conduct and campaign messages that are in tandem with the desires  and aspirations of most elderly voters in this key region of Uganda that comprises over 35 districts and municipalities.

STRATEGIC TEAM; The official campaign team for Hon.Busingye  [extreme right] discussing strategies of how to win without a fight.

Political analysts have told this website that Busingye who is aged 71 years old has unleashed a  new campaign  strategy  that has  reportedly sent shock waves among her rival’s camps but she  insists  with confidence that her teams on the ground continue  receiving a warm reception from the voters  who  are only waiting for the  polling day  which is 10th October to  deliver a  block vote  for her.

The key districts of her support base include greater Masaka,  the Luwero triangle which comprises  of historical districts like Luwero,Nakaseke ,Budyebo and  Nakasongola among others  and not forgetting  Central Buganda which  has Kampala,Wakiso Mukono,Kayunga,Kalangala and Mubende among others which  have  strong and strategic  numbers of voters.

Hon. Busigye popularly known as maam Kisanja  is contesting to become the first member of parliament representing the elderly persons in Central region and  has reportedly unleashed  new campaign strategies  that have  swayed most of  the voters to her side thus making her the most likely candidate to win the upcoming polls.

DISCUSSING ELECTIONS; The principal elections officer at the NRM electoral commission Mr.Siprion Baganda back to camera addressing leaders of the elderly parliamentary aspirants at the party offices last week.

As the time and days towards the polls for the elderly person’s parliamentary candidates tick away, each camp is busy traversing the districts in search of votes to ensure that victory comes their way but remember all cannot emerge victories.

Watch this space.

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