OMORO– The National Resistance Movement candidate Andrew Ojok Oulanyah has categorically made it clear that he stands for the real issues of the People of Omoro.
Speaking shortly after casting his vote at Ajuri Primary School in Lalogi Sub County this morning, Ojok said that his mission is to unite, reconcile and implement the NRM development agenda in Omoro District.
He described a vote as a debt and expects to pay it back by serving all the people of Omoro without discrimination.
“We have done the ground work and we are assured of a landslide win” Ojok told journalists.
Six candidates are contesting for the Omoro County Parliamentary Seat which fell vacant after the death of former Speaker Jacob Oulanyah L’Okori.
According to the Electoral Commission Chairperson Justice Byabakama Mugyenyi Simon, the exercise which started at 7:00 am and is currently going on smoothly adding that it will close at 4:00 pm after which tallying will begin and tentantive results will be announced by midnight.