Go Forward presidential candidate, Amama Mbabazi, has promised to protect the votes from being stolen in the capital Kampala.
“We will continue to protect the vote here in Kampala,” Mbabazi told rallies in Kamwokya, Kisenyi and Mengo within Kampala district.
“Your task as citizens is to cast your vote and our task is to work to protect that vote.”
Mbabazi said his team would started protecting the vote when they sent representatives to Cape Town to ensure that printing of ballot papers is transparent.
“As a candidate I and the TDA(U) Go Forward alliance will do our best to protect your vote,” he emphasised.
Mbabazi said it was the nature of humans that when they find themselves in a bad situation, they must do something about it.
“You have the power to change that situation through your vote.”
He said Go Forward has the key skill set to move Uganda forward citing the knowledge he has acquired over the years.
“I have moved around the Country and have seen the state of our economy, healthcare and the important sectors to the people like agriculture.”
“I want the citizens living here to know the Go Forward plans for development,” he said.
He told them to go and vote in multitudes on Feb 18 and leave him to handle the rigging on computers at the Electoral Commission.