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Opinion poll gives Dr Rosemary Alwoc Ogwal “a landslide victory” 

(Last Updated On: 16 March 2024)

Lira I An opinion poll organized by 97.7 FM Radio Unity on Saturday gave Dr Rosemary Alwoc Ogwal what her supporters describe as “a landslide victory” over the rest. 

Dr Alwoc is the eldest of the children of late senior politician, Cecelia Atim Ogwal.

Cecelia, until her death on January 18, was the Dokolo district woman MP on FDC ticket. 

Her daughter was endorsed by the family and later FDC party gave her the flag to succeed her mother to finish her term until 2026.

According to the radio poll, Dr Alwoc got 44% (14 votes), followed by UPC’s Sarah Aguti Nyangkori at 21% (7 votes).

NRM candidate, Adongo Elau came third with 15% (5 votes).

Also read: Dokolo: Rosemary Alwoc Ogwal pledges to follow her mother’s footsteps 

Three of the other candidates got 2 votes each – representing 6%, respectively.

Each of them, except Aguti Nyangkori, was also part of Unity FM’s radio debate before a poll was done. 

When reached, she (Aguti) told the same source she was in for a meeting.

In Amwoma sub-county on Friday, Kyoga County MP Moses Okot Bitek asked the people of Dokolo to give Dr Alwoc the mandate to represent them in Parliament.

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Okot told the rally that Dr Alwoc has all the qualities demanded of a leader and politician, adding that she will represent them and be their strong voice. 

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