Bolstering the Health Sector, youth employment and promotion of rule of law were among the commonest promises made as different Parliamentary aspirants stormed the Electoral Commission offices in Kampala for nomination.
New faces vying for different MP positions in the City Divisions led with rule of law and health care.
Euginia Nassollo, an aspirant for Rubaga South wondered why the division still lacks a federal hospital.
“Makindye has a referral hospital that is Kiruddu, Kawempe has Kawempe Referral, why can we not have our own in Rubaga?” she said.
Her contender and Minister of Lands Hon Beti Kamya on the other hand, vowed to carry on with the development that the NRM has extended to women.
“People have now started to realize that NRM is their only solution,” she noted.
Aisha Wanyana, the Nakawa West Contestant who will be facing NUP’s Joel Ssenyonyi said she even went an extra mile of constructing a health center Bresh Medical Centre in Bukoto to cater for Health Services in the Constituency.
“More investments are still coming, I just want to urge our people to do the needful during the 2021 general polls,” she said.
Kato Lubwama, the incumbent Lubaga South MP promised to do better in the new term, acknowledging that his first term was not very productive.
Salim Serunkuma, who will be facing NUP’s Kazibwe Bashir Mbazira in Kawempe North wondered why leaders come with big promises and delivered nothing.
John Burrows Lumu an aspirant for Makindye West said sports should be one of the priorities which government has to focus on.