….best of West Nile

 

Issues: A supporter holds a placard written on with demands that the people of Pawor in Obongi subcounty, Arua would want to change once Kizza Besigye takes over power

Issues: A supporter holds a placard with Forum for Democratic Change (FDC)slogan written on it in Pawor Subcounty in Arua district

V all the way: An elderly woman in Obongi sub-county in Moyo district flashes the V sign while attending Kizza Besigye’s rally.
Family Affair: A family stands by the road side to have a glimpse of IPC Presidential candiate, Kizza Besigye in Lwala, Kaberamaido district. Kizza Besigye was winding the Teso region campaign leg.

Family Affair: A family stands by the road side to have a glimpse of IPC Presidential candiate, Kizza Besigye in Lwala, Kaberamaido district. Kizza Besigye was winding the Teso region campaign leg.

Kizza Besigye campaigns in Obongi subcounty in Moyo district. Among other things, the IPC presidential candidate constantly asked the audience why after 25 years of NRM, West Nile still does not have electricity.

Kizza Besigye campaigns in Obongi subcounty in Moyo district. Among other things, the IPC presidential candidate constantly asked the audience why after 25 years of NRM, West Nile still does not have electricity.

Election Business: A little girl waits for customers for her mandazis at a Kizza Besigye rally in Pawor subcounty, Arua district. Kizza Besigye is in the middle of his West Nile campaign leg.

Election Business: A little girl waits for customers for her mandazis at a Kizza Besigye rally in Pawor subcounty, Arua district. Kizza Besigye is in the middle of his West Nile campaign leg.

Kizza Besigye is silhouetted while addressing a press conference in Arua town.He said "change is inevitable" this time around

Kizza Besigye is silhouetted while addressing a press conference in Arua town.He said "change is inevitable" this time around

2 thoughts on “….best of West Nile

  1. Hi Edward,

    I write for Global Voices Online (http://globalvoicesonline.org), a website that tracks what bloggers and citizen journalists around the world are saying. I’m currently working on a post about the upcoming elections, and I’m wondering if we can use the photo of Besigye speaking, above. We would also publish your name and a link back to your blog (for an example, see http://globalvoicesonline.org/2010/07/12/uganda-bloggers-react-to-bomb-blasts/).

    Your photos are wonderful, and I would love to share some of the work you’ve been doing on the campaign trail with our audience.

    Hope to hear from you soon!
    Rebekah

    • Hi Rebekah (Jackfruity)

      Its nice to hear from you. I have followed your blog for sometime now. I wonder whether you are still based in Uganda.

      Please feel free to pick and share a photo (s) of your choice. And thanks foe seeking permission first. That is very respectful and professional of you.

      In case of any other inquiry, please feel free to contact me again.

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