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Could NRM Curse Come To An End In Makerere University Guild Présidential Race Ahead Of July Polls

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Several years have passed since the ruling NRM party last produced a guild president in some year. The game is however changing since Hussein lbra , a year two student pursuing Bachelors degree of Arts in Arts from the mighty college CHUSS who declared to run under this unpopular flag in a bid to prove critiques wrong. Hussein lbra intends to show students that politics should not always be centred around party circles but rather capability of an individual to deliver transparently.

Today at the NRM general Assembly while celebrating hero’s day, he made wonders when he clearly articulated straight points as to why he deems himself fit to be the best for the seat.

Hussein’s return to the party had been already predicted and this time round he seems more than prepared for the huge task ahead of him.

When asked about his sudden return in a different party, Hussein said his reappearance centres around serving students in a party that is close to the head of the state.

He also summarised his return in a phrase, ” a successful man is not one who does very many things but one who does the same thing in different ways .Also key among his famous quotes at rallies is the saying, “If policy makers have the police, I am now close to the police, even when they say they have the head of state, I am also close to him so be rest assured that all your messages will be delivered appropriately”.

Hussein’s rhetorical skills are fit for the race and his political experience places him at greater odds than any guild Presidential candidate

Hussein lbra has attracted attention not only from his peers but several people around the country. His midweek lumbox endorsement is not a thing his opponents should reckon with. He has all it takes to be among the top contenders in this year’s guild race.

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