According to Museveni, the money meant to pay people who lost their cattle during insurgencies in Omoro district and Acholi Sub-region and other areas is readily available and urged the locals to disregard the opposition lies.
"We have not found evidence to support the Appellant's allegations of bribery against the first Respondent/Muhwezi. The learned trial Judge was therefore right in finding that the Appellant did not cite any provisions of the law not complied with for the petitioner to obtain a remedy under the Parliamentary Elections Act," reads the judgment.
In his petition filed through his lawyers of Elau & Ochom Advocates and legal consultants at the Gulu High Court on Monday, Kizza contends that the Electoral Commission’s decision to nominate Ojok is in total violation of the Parliamentary act 2002.
Onen told Uganda Radio Network in an interview from Opit Town Council on Monday that his manifesto revolves around six key areas amongst them revamping the agriculture, health, and education sectors in Omoro District.