The once outspoken Aruu county legislator, Odonga Otto is struggling to have audience with the bush war historical and brother to the president, Gen. Salim Saleh who has been in Gulu since the elections ended.

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According to reliable sources, MP Odonga Otto who still nurses the wounds of suffering a political loss for the first time in his 2 decade career is grappling with thoughts of how he is to survive in the 2021-2026 term. Otto now seeks a deployment from the ruling NRM party which desperately seeks to detach youths in the Acholi subregion from being swallowed by the NUP wave.

In a high profile meeting which took place in Gulu city on Sunday, Otto negotiated with Gen. Saleh to fix for him an appointment with president Museveni so he can bail him out from the debts that have put his business empire at stake.

The indebted Odonga is struggling to rescue his 5 hotels from being taken over by the bank which seeks the repayment of the UGX 2.5 billion loan. Otto believes the only way he can have relevance is by launching a verbal artillery on the NUP party which he accuses of fostering his election loss.

In a Sunday tweet, Otto even openly insinuated that NUP was mobilizing a unit in the Acholi subregion.

“Information comming is that some elements are mobilising the youth in Acholi to engage in armed rebellion.WE HAVE HAD OUR OWN SHARE of war and for the first time in 50 years Acholi is at peace with itself and neighbours. WE HAVE OPENNED A NEW CHAPTER IN OUR HISTORY FOR PEACE,” Otto tweeted.

Odonga has been a critic of NUP

When asked if he ain’t seeking relevance from the regime he has been castigating and fighting to change, Otto sunk in denial.

“Brother i don’t need relevance I am. I don’t need patronage or a job i employ 30 Ugandans in my 5 hotels and law firm.I am even a potential pensioner. So read my post delligently. KEEP OUR YOUTH OUT OF WARS Its time to buy cement not guns. Or Start fighting from your home,” Odonga responded to a tweet.

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