The Archbishop of Gulu, John Baptist Odama has called on aspirants in the Omoro County by-elections to promote harmony.
Archbishop Odama urged political parties and their candidates to denounce and desist from politics of divisionism, abuses, and hate speeches as they seek to replace the fallen Speaker of Speaker, Jacob Oulanyah who was the area Member of Parliament.
The Bishop who was preaching during yesterday`s mass at Holy Rosary Church, urged the candidates who will be successfully nominated and their supporters to promote harmony among the people and allow them to choose but not force their ways to be elected.
He added that the successful candidate upon election should better the society by fighting corruption, being accountable, transparent, and upholding integrity. Arch Bishop Odama speaking………
Turning to Andrew Ojok, Oulanyah`s son who has shown interest to contest under the NRM party ticket, Archbishop Odama asked him to live up to the good deeds of his father if successfully elected. END