Kibale East County in Kamwenge District MP Hon. Frank Tumwebaze has promised his constituents that he will never sleep on the job. He said this after he was nominated on NRM ticket to represent Kibale East County people in Parliament 2021.
He thanked them for the immense love, support and prayers that pushed him through NRM primaries with 82% victory. Below is his full statement;
“To my great people of Kibale East greetings! Thank you for your immense love, support and prayers that pushed me through the NRM primaries with an uncontested landslide victory of 82%. You have yet again moved on with me on our common journey of transforming our hitherto unknown and underserved area of the greater Rwanwanja ( Now Kibale east county) and enabled me to get successfully nominated by the independent Electoral commission on Thursday 15th October at 15:19hrs.
Thank you Thank you! My earnest pledge to you is that I will never sleep on the job. I will continue advocating for the scaling up of all the needed social services like clean water to cover all villages, electricity and modernisation of our education and health infrastructure so as to improve the service coverage gaps as well as improve on the quality of service (work with efficiency). In addition to advocating for the scaling up of these social service delivery programs, I will add on a component of skilling the youth and women entrepreneurs. Our driving principle in this will be “Skilling to learn and learning to earn”. Yes we have brought many service delivery projects to our area that we never had before like more schools, more health centres, more water schemes etc BUT we must in the coming term also now focus on improving people’s livelihoods through empowering them with vocational skills THAT enable them to better their trade so as to earn. This is the great message our Leader H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has always emphasized unceasingly. I appeal to all people of Kibale East and Kamwenge District in general and all fellow citizens to vote our great leader in the coming general elections as President. In him, we see a better tomorrow,” Frank Tumwebaze said.