Category: In the Press

THE FDC WEEKLY BRIEFING SEPTEMBER 28th 2020

THE FDC WEEKLY BRIEFING SEPTEMBER 28th 2020

FDC TO NAME PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE OCTOBER 6th 2020 The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) National Council is scheduled to convene on October 6th 2020 which is Tuesday next week to among other things elect the party’s presidential candidate for the forthcoming elections. The Council will, on behalf of the National Delegates Conference, choose between Hon. […]

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STATE ABDUCTION OF FDC LEADER AND KAWEMPE DIVISION COUNCILOR NAMWANGA LUKIA.

STATE ABDUCTION OF FDC LEADER AND KAWEMPE DIVISION COUNCILOR NAMWANGA LUKIA.

We are saddened to announce the sudden disappearance of Ms. Nalongo Namwanga Lukia, the Bwaise 1 Parish Woman Councilor to Kawempe Division Urban Council in Kampala City. She also doubles as the FDC NEC member serving as Deputy Secretary for Local Government. At the time of her abduction, she was vying for the Kawempe South […]

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THE FDC BRIEFING AUGUST 31st 2020

THE FDC BRIEFING AUGUST 31st 2020

FDC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES After the successful nomination of two candidates for the party primary to choose a presidential candidate (flag bearer), the FDC has organized sub regional delegates meetings which will commence on Monday September 7th with East Buganda (Mukono, Buikwe, Buvuma and Kayunga). The two candidates Hon. Patrick Oboi Amuriat and Ambassador Wasswa Birigwa […]

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The FDC Weekly Media Briefing May 13th 2019

The FDC Weekly Media Briefing May 13th 2019

PEOPLES’ GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE POWER COOPERATION Last week, the Peoples Government (PG) and People Power announced through their official spokespersons that they will be cooperating on a number of issues aimed at removing hurdles stopping citizens from exercising their political and other rights. The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) welcomes and embraces this cooperation. Historically, […]

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THE FDC WEEKLY PRESS STATEMENT

THE FDC WEEKLY PRESS STATEMENT

THE STATE OF UGANDA’S CENTRAL BANK The Forum for Democratic Change FDC welcomes the report of the Parliamentary Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) into the closure of the seven Commercial banks. Although produced by members of Parliament whose tenure had expired, the report is another testimony towards institutional lust, capture, mismanagement […]

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