Barbra Kyagulanyi alias Barbie has blamed the government for neglecting women and advised people to vote for her husband come 2021. She said this while in areas of Kyankwanzi, Kiboga and Kasanda.
Barbie talked to voters for the first time since the launch of the NUP manifesto with Bobi Wine on the side.
She encouraged every woman to participate in the upcoming elections to ensure that change happens.
She pointed out that the current government has done so little in regards to changing the standards of living of women in Uganda. Allegedly, over 189 million for women’s SACCOs was embezzled and no one followed up.
Barbie also hinted on the issue of tribalism that has been a big deal lately. This was witnessed during the riots that happened after the arrest of Bobi Wine. Most of his supporters made it a tribal issue.
A lot of westerners lost their property just because people were blaming them for clinging to power.
This is a very good campaign strategy because no one can talk about women empowerment better than women themselves.
So letting Barbie Kyagulanyi speak on that issue must have left a lot of impact in those areas. Creativity is key when it comes to politics, you can’t be cliche all the time.
After the stop-over, the Kyagulanyi team proceeded to Kiboga district for another rally, before wrapping up his day in Kassanda.
Meanwhile her husband, Bobi Wine called on the police to stop harassing him.
“Contesting for the presidency is not a crime. Stop harassing me. The world is watching you and you will dearly pay for it,” an infuriated Kyagulanyi told a Police chief Thursday night.
Kyagulanyi, who had campaigned in Kiryandongo Thursday evening, was first blocked from going back to Hoima for lodging.
He ended up sleeping inside his car att Tyra fuelling station in Migyera, Nakasongola district.
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