NRM 2nd national vice chairperson female race – Teso: Jane Okilli fires ‘1st bullet’


Jane Francese Amongin Okilli.

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Teso—July 31, 2020: Hon. Jane Francese Amongin Okilli, a member of the NRM’s National Executive Committee (NEC) who recently picked nomination forms to run as the 2nd National Vice Chairperson (female) has fired her first ‘bullet’.

She fired her ‘bullet’ while launching her bid in the Eastern Uganda district of Soroti, where she met party delegates. The seat she is vying for has been occupied by Rt. Hon Rebecca Kadaga since the genesis of NRM.

Born on 4th August 1977, Jane Okilli has been a prominent voice in many community affairs and NRM volunteer programs since her University days. She did this even after becoming NRM flag-bearer for Amuru district Woman MP in 2016.

Hon. Jane Okilli addressing NRM delegates in Soroti on Friday.

Jane Okilli is a super finest mobilizer, advocate and lobbyist who has been very instrumental in the formation of several NRM Women groups in Acholi sub-region and in other parts of Lango.

She has also been to several constituencies (whereby-elections took place) campaigning for her fellow NRM flag-bearers and some are now in Parliament.

Education background.

Jane Okilli attended pioneer Primary School in Soroti for her Primary, later Ngora High School for her O’level and Mbale Secondary School for A’level before joining Makerere University.

Teso delegates speak out.

Beyond a doubt, Jane Okilli is the most qualified person to run for 2nd National Vice Chairperson (female) position in years.

NRM delegates meeting in Soroti City on Friday.

As a senior cadre of the party and a businesswoman, Jane has done it all. In all she does, she exemplifies honesty, fairness, and thoughtfulness. Jane will use those qualities to create a better balance between Women in business and political activities.

“We need Jane. Jane needs you,” delegates affirmed.

In her response and pledge, she assured the delegates of her unreserved cooperation, availability and commitment to the party.

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