National Unity Platform (NUP) presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi ramped up his campaign on Wednesday, starting off with a rally at Kirume Public Primary School in Mubende district in central Uganda, before continuing to Mityana and Butambala districts.

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Uganda is 22 days away from holding the presidential and parliamentary elections. Kyagulanyi, one of the nine first-time presidential contestants in this 11-strong race, remains confident he will win the presidential vote.

The objective of the survey was to gauge the public’s perceptions and preferences about the political climate and the general pulse ahead of next year’s vote. Kyagulanyi asked the people of Mubende to vote him to power, saying he is the right man for the top job.

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At least over 90% of the 5,679 respondents sampled said they are ready to vote on January 14.Kyagulanyi, also the Member of Parliament for Kyadondo East, is hoping to beat 10 others in a presidential contest he is taking part in for the first time.

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