Category: In the Press

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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Ex-MP Kyamadidi crosses from NRM to FDC

By RAJAB MUKOMBOZI MBARARA- Teargas has engulfed Nyamiyaga, Kibarama Bugamba Sub-county as former Rwampara MP, Mr Vincent Mujuni Kyamadidi announced his defection from the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM), to the Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC). Mr Kyamadidi who lost his seat to Mr Charles Ngabirano in in 2016 general elections. Mr Kyamadidi and […]

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FDC wants Parliament to intervene in refugee management corruption scandal

The opposition Forum For Democratic Change wants Parliament to intervene in the corruption scandals surrounding the management of refugees in the country. During their weekly press briefing on Monday morning, the FDC spokesperson Ibrahim Semujju Nganda said individuals implicated in the scam should be held accountable. The scam involving the inflation of refugee numbers by […]

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NRM’s Nabeta and FDC’s Mwiru tussle it out in Jinja East by – election

Four people have been nominated by Jinja District returning officer Rogers Sserunjongi to contest in the Jinja East parliamentary by-election. The nominated candidate included the two main contenders, Nathan Igeme Nabeta, the NRM candidate and the Forum for Democratic Change candidate Paul Mwiru. The Jinja East seat fell vacant after court nullified Nabeta’s victory after finding […]

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