Written by Carren Papai
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Labor assistant Minister Sospter Ojaamong has urged youths in Amagoro Division to embrace good politics and development and desist from using abusive language as the nation is headed towards vital exercise of general elections.
The Amagoro MP has condemned hate speech among the youth whom he suspected are being used to tarnish the names of leaders, a factor he termed as lack of ethics and mislead of younger generation.
Speaking during an Education day in Kamuriai Primary School in Amagoro, Ojaamong advised the residents especially youths whom he said had lost direction to respect leaders and shun malicious deals in order for the society to prosper.
“Respect is the key factor for anyone who wants to be successful in life and without it the community will decay, young people must always bear in mind that respect is two way traffic, leaders should respect the community and vice versa,” explained the MP.
He asked the residents to exercise democracy and pave way for all politicians and aspirants to visit Teso and sell their policies through campaigns and cease tribalism and hatred in a bid to enhance peace and harmony in the country.
He however, pleaded with them to elect leaders with clean records who will give first priority to the welfare of the people by fighting for institutional rights of the people.
He said, “Remain vigilant my people for you not to be used by leaders of self interest who want to develop themselves and leave you to languish in poverty for the rest of your lives.”
The Mp also warned rumor mongers to stop the vice saying that if something is not done it might end up dividing the peaceful community of Iteso.
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