Meanwhile, the former Democratic Party Presidential Candidate, Hon. Norbert Mao has said that he has not given up on the bid for presidency aimed at bringing change in Uganda.
Mr. Mao said that even after losing the recent Presidential elections to incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of the National Resistance Movement party, he will still contest in the next elections and ensure that he brings a change in Uganda.
The DP President General was yesterday speaking to hundreds of Christians at Holy Rosary Church in Gulu City during the weekly morning mass.
He said that he owes a lot to the
Acholi people who have overtime shown trust and confidence in him.
The congregants cheered at Mao who looked not bothered by his loss and jokingly said that as continue waiting for the coming of Jesus Christ even after more than 2000 years and so should do for change of regime because five years is a just a drop of water in the ocean.
Mr. Mao pledged to work with any of his rival politicians who was successful in the elections, before calling on other political losers and those that were victorious to work together and develop Uganda regardless of political differences.
Father David Opiro Okello, the Curate of Holy Rosary Church who presided over the mass applauded the politicians for promoting peace even after losing in the elections.
Mao was fifth in the just concluded Presidential elections after polling 55,665 votes representing 0.56%. END