By Felix Twinomugisha
Jovah Kamateeka the chairperson Parliamentary Human Rights Commission has warned politicians who are campaigning to stop cheap politics based on sectarianism
She noted that it was this background that forced president Museveni to liberate the country from political turmoil in early 1980s such that Ugandans could enjoy freedom.
Hon Kamateeka who is also Mitooma District Woman MP made remarks yesterday Sunday during the burial of Kellen Namara in Kitoko village Nyakizinga Mitooma District.
She asked the public to engage in income generating activities instead of involving in early campaigns which will not help them to eradicate poverty at house hold levels.
Hon. Kamateeka said that despite the commission having launched the roadmap of 2021 general elections, it does not permit individuals to start campaigning now.
She hailed the late Kellen for being a good leader and advised mourners to avoid eating junk foods that increase cancer.
The deceased’s husband Robert Namara described his wife as hard working, developmental and peace loving woman who served God.
All children commended their mother for being a kind woman who produced, nurtured and educated them.
The late Kellen Namara aged 52 years succumbed to breast cancer and left husband, 8 children and grand child.
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