God has sent me to lead this nation- Kalembe
Female presidential candidate Nancy Kalembe says she has been sent by a higher power to lead Uganda.
Addressing residents of Gulu city on Tuesday, Kalembe said ‘The Exodus’ to a New Uganda is captured in these graceful moments of her captured in Gulu.
“Stand strong and bold my dear Ugandans. We are not leaving any one behind.”
She went on boldly: “A woman has been God sent to take lead of this nation. For God and my Country.”
Speaking in Arua city on Monday, Kalembe said the opportunity for a peaceful transition of power has been given to us when Uganda decides in 2021.
“Once granted, so much can be done when we vote for Kalembe.”
Kalembe thanked West Nile for the massive support shown to her during this campaign.
She said the people of West Nile have problems which have been heard and its time to change this government.
“Our day started in Nebbi and was completed in Pakwach district.”
Along the way from Arua, she found a truck carrying wood which had fallen across the road and got stuck for a couple of hours.
“I took that chance to tell the people who were stranded with me about the message of a peaceful transition of government.”
Gladly they took the message and promised to spread it to the rest of the nation, she noted.
“Vote Nancy Kalembe Linda for better infrastructure, not aiming at a few groups of people and excluding the rest.”