Muntu says besides the limited time for campaigning across the country, the rallies of opposition presidential candidates are often disrupted by Police under the pretext of enforcing COVID-19 guidelines.
for National Transformation- ANT Presidential candidate, Gen. Greg Mugisha
Muntu has implored the Electoral Commission to consider buying radio airtime to
facilitate presidential campaigns.
According to Muntu, the time allocated for presidential
candidate isn’t sufficient for them to reach all Ugandans to market their
programs ahead of the January 14th, 2021 polls.
Muntu says besides the limited
time for campaigning across the country, the rallies of opposition presidential
candidates are often disrupted by Police under the pretext of enforcing COVID-19
He proposes that EC identifies radio stations in every
region of the country where each presidential candidate will be allocated
airtime to reach out to voters.
Muntu, who was canvassing votes in Kalaki and
Amuria districts on Tuesday observed that radio talk shows can save many
people from the risk of contracting COVID-19, which has already claimed 207
lives and infected more than 23,200 others in the country.
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Muntu promised to introduce a National Health Insurance Scheme to boost the
health sector and health service delivery in the country if elected the next
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Muntu also promised to invest in tourism to avail employment opportunities and
investment for the young population.
Ocen, a resident of Kalaki said that Muntu’s campaign message especial on
health insurance gives hope to the local person whom he notes suffers accessing