What MP Odur Jonathan said in Nairobi

MP Jonathan Odur [blue suit] with a delegation of Uganda's MPs in Nairobi yesterday.

Nairobi – The Erute South MP, Jonathan Odur is a politician and a human right activist.

In 2016 general polls, under UPC party ticket, he trounced the then incubment area MP and tycoon, Hon. Sam Engola. With nearly four years an MP, Mr. Odur has attained massive support from his Constituency.

He has been to Nairobi – Kenya’s Capital and below he said:

“Led a delegation of Ugandan MPs for a courtesy call to Uganda High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya.

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“Thank you to Ambassador Nathan Ndoboli (Deputy High Commissioner and Deputy Permanent Secretary to UNEP $ UN HABITAT) and his team of Foreign Service Officers for the great work in promoting our Country.

“I call upon all stakeholders including parents, cultural, religious and political leaders to intervene and fight human trafficking.

“Our young girls are being lured through Kenya and trafficked to horrible experiences abroad and this must stop with our collective intervention.

“For God and My Country Uganda.”

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