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I’M NOT THE BEST CANDIDATE TO REPLACE MY FATHER: Jacob Oulanyah’s Son Makes Shocking Confession

Jacob Oulanyah and son Andrew Ojok

Andrew Ojok Oulanyah, son to former speaker and ex-Omoro County MP Jacob L’Okori Oulanyah, has admitted that he is not the best candidate to replace his fallen father.

Oulanyah died on March 20. (Read Story Here).

On April 08, Oulanyah was laid to rest in Omoro District. (Read Story Here).

During the burial, his father Okori INSISTED THAT HIS SON OULANYAH WAS POISONED. (Read Story Here).

Meanwhile, the Electoral Commission (EC) has set a date for the by-election to replace Oulanyah. (Read Story Here).

President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni’s ruling NRM picked Ojok as its sole candidate.

But there are other candidates in the race, including FDC’s Denis Owani and NUP’s Simon Tolit.

In a recent interview with state broadcaster UBC, Ojok said he was not the best candidate to replace his father.

“I cannot say that I am the best candidate,” said Ojok.

Oulanyah’s son also admitted that his interest in the Omoro seat is problematic “because it looks like I was waiting for someone to pass on.”

The EC will carry out nominations for the Omoro by-election on May 12 and May 13 before campaigns begin on May 16 through May 24.

READ: Former Jacob Oulanyah Principal Press Secretary Sarah Kagingo ‘Demoted’ as Ex-NBS TV’s Joseph Sabiti Takes Her Job; Daily Monitor Photographers Fall in Things

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