DOKOLO: Hon. Lalam Grace Atine supports Media Association ahead of by-election

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A potential Dokolo woman MP candidate Dr. Lalam Grace Hanna Atine, in the current by-election, has given journalist SACCO of the Dokolo Media Association Ugx. 1M.

At the media discussion on Friday at Diamond Guest House, which aimed to reflect on challenges impacting the media sector, the money was given to leaders of the association.

Speaking to the media, Dr. Lalam Grace Hanna Atine stated that Ugandan journalism is suffering from a lack of finance.

She pointed out that the absence of sufficient funding for media outlets is putting high-caliber journalism in Uganda at jeopardy.

According to Dr. Lalam Grace Hanna Atine, many media outlets, especially major media conglomerates, run on tight budgets and have little money to devote to producing high-caliber news.

Lalam Grace, Dr. In addition to pledging her continued support for journalists in the event of a vote defeat, Hanna Atine guaranteed them complete safety from threats and intimidation they may encounter while carrying out their jobs in a variety of fields.

The Dokolo Media Journalist Association’s interim chairperson, Moses Obwona Ogwal, of Lango Broadcasting Service (LBS), praised Hon. Dr. Lalam Grace Hanna Atine for empowering journalists in Dokolo.

In light of the fact that most journalists are struggling financially, he said the money was significant for them to grow.

He pleaded with other lawmakers to take a cue from Dr. Lalam Grace Hanna Atine.

Lalam Grace Hanna Atine was praised by Obwona for her consideration of journalism.

Politicians are taking notice of journalists during this month of blessing, according to Uncle Isaac Ejau, who works for Dokolo district FM.

Dokolo FM co-founder Ken Light Obura urged other politicians to adopt Dr. Lalam Grace Hanna Atine’s lifestyle of constant journalistic consideration.

Obura conveyed her disappointment to a few Dokolo lawmakers who had been elected on the platform of supporting journalists but had since broken their word.

Lango Broadcasting Service (LBS) Radio’s Jasper Ouni voiced disdain towards politicians who repeatedly make promises to the people but then forget about them once they are elected to power.