Politicians implicated in land grabbing in Kitgum may have a run for their words trying to convince the voters on why they should be re-elected into their political offices.
An anti-corruption pressure group has been launched in Kitgum to highlight the people that have been seen as the great impediments for development in Kitgum.
Code-named "Kick Corruption out of Kitgum", the pressure group is being seen as a pro-active strategy for decampaigning the alleged corrupt politicians.
Led by Sam Okello Omona, the pressure group has blacklisted the politicians who it accuses of grabbing land in Kitgum.
The blacklisted politicians are Henry Okello Oryem, the NRM flag bearer for Cwa County parliamentary seat, Hillary Onek, the Lamwo County NRM flag bearer, and Tabu Alex Odongtho, an independent contesting for LCIII chair in Kitgum town council.
Also in the spotlight is Mark Okeny, the Lamwo district NRM Chairperson, Ocien George, the interdicted Kitgum town clerk Naman Ojwee, the former district chairperson and Canfua Richard.
Trouble for the politicians' stems from their alleged involvement in grabbing and not protecting the government land in Kitgum.
Now the pressure group members say they will do all it takes to ensure that none of the implicated officials is re-elected into any political position in both Kitgum and Lamwo districts.
The group is mobilizing the voters to rise against the politicians. They have appealed to the voters to guard their interests by electing leaders who will fight for their needs and rights.
But Robert Ogaba, a supporter of Henry Okello Oryem and a member of the ruling NRM party, has described the pressure group members as a bunch of witch- hunters, in a desperate search for recognition during the campaign period.
Ogaba says the implicated ministers have no case to answer and he is ready to mobilize another group to counter the kick the corrupt out of Kitgum pressure group.
Both Hilary Onek and Henry Okello Oryem had their phones switched off, while Tabu Alex Odongtho failed to answer the repeated calls.