Fresh and great news coming in to our desk indicate that the team Owor4BusiroSouth is over the moon with great news. This comes in after their candidate Owor Paul has been fully nominated and cleared to join the race for Busiro South Member of Parliament in 2021 as an independent candidate.
This news come in after Owor Paul excitedly announced how the game was over, for being nominated. And now he is aiming to shoot so high up, as he has always been doing. It should be remembered that he is set to tussle it out with others, incumbent Peter Ssematimba being the major opponent.
More so, It should be noted that before being nominated, Owor Paul had covered all the 28 parishes in Busiro South. Not only that, he also donated overwhelmingly in Busiro where he actually fulfilled more than 80% of his manifesto.
These donations include, three ambulances, Four Ultra sound machines, 10 boreholes, boosting over 280 SACCOs in Busiro South by giving them capital between 300,000 to 2,000,000 Uganda Shillings. These and more have been made so far.
This leaves everyone wishing they had a leader who shouts with actions, but unfortunately, they are all not like him.
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BRIEFLY, WHO IS OWOR PAUL?
Owor Paul was born in Entebbe Bwebajja – Kabulamuliro on the first day of January in 1991. He has spent his formative years and early adult life in Entebbe Bwebajja –Kabulamuliro. He is among the most handsome men on Uganda’s Twitter
Paul went to St Andrews for his primary education and later went on to Turkish Light Academy for his Ordinary level and St. Lawrence Citizens High School (Creamland Campus) for his Advanced level. He later went to Makerere University Business School where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Procurement and Supply Chain Management.
Aspirant Member of Parliament Busiro South (2021-2026) with a strong manifesto that is under the theme “For Better Healthcare and Roads, Education (Vocational Training), Job Creation, Agricutural and Sports Support” and he is Independently Dependable under his slogan “Ntuma Nkukolere” translated as “Send me I work for you”