As open campaigns draw to a climax, Mawogola North MP candidate Aine Godfrey Kaguta 'Sodo' has delivered his last public speech to the voters of Mawogola North and the country at large.
Sodo has preached for non-violence during this critical period and keep calm amidst all forms of provocation from the rival camp of his arch-rival Shartsi Kuteesa.
Furthermore, Sodo has also urged voters to turn up at their respective polling stations as early as 8am, cast their votes, and stick around to safeguard their votes since the rival camp of Shartsi Kuteesa, headed by her dad Sam Kuteesa have no ground support and are only looking at vote-rigging and voter bribery to overcome the heavy defeat that awaits them.
Sodo has also rubbished propaganda that was being marketed by his opponent's camp that he has dropped out of the race for Mawogola North MP. He has branded these as rumours that should be treated with utmost disgust as they deserve.
He said these are merely diversionary tactics being sponsored by his miserable rival who can't stand the magnitude of shame that awaits them after losing in the election.
He has hence reminded voters of Mawogola North to just look out for the symbol of a BICYCLE, and vote for him as their next Member of Parliament.
Aine Godfrey Kaguta 'Sodo'