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The election poll will take place at Namboole Stadium.
Three contestants are in this race, Maj. Gen.Migisha Muntu, Nadala Mafabi and Geoffrey Ekanya. However stiff competition is between Mafabi and Muntu.
Last week, chimpreports investigations desk had established that Research World International postponed the launch of the poll due to pressure from Nandala Mafabi’s camp after it emerged that Mugisha Muntu was leading by a wide margin.
However the firm’s Director, Dr Patrick Wakida denied the allegations saying that the firm was still interviewing more delegates ahead of the poll’s publication.
Out of around 300 delegates interviewed majority said they would vote for Muntu and not Mafabi in the November elections.
Subsequently, Mafabi’s loyalists reportedly exerted pressure on the research firm to halt the publication of the poll which would have a have shattered Budadiri legislator’s hopes of leading the country’s main opposition party.
During the 6th National Council Meeting, Col. Kizza Besigye had urged all the members of the Party to raise funds to support their activities especially to the contestants.
FDC relies on Donors and funds raised from the party members. “Muntu said the extent to which the party gets funds depends on the president’s track record and who he identifies with”.