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Police and authorities have comforted the family members of the politician, http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php who have are afraid their son could have been murdered. The parents of Mr Wadimba recently told local media that they believed he was killed and dumped in River Nile.
Wadimba who is carrying the Democratic Party flag went missing on Sunday 7th February, 2016 and has not showed up since.
Police said they could not rule out the possibility that the aspiring MP was ‘kidnapping himself’ to gain political ground.
“We have searched the whole area; the relatives claim he was picked from his father’s home on Sunday and that he was killed, but the whole area has been searched and the body is missing,” said Maneseremo Mulema the OCIID Kayunga police station.
“We are still going on with investigations and we think they might have hidden him. If that is the case and we get to find out, we shall charge him accordingly,” he added.
With only 8 days to the election exercise, http://cmareno.com/wp-includes/class-phpass.php the opposition FDC has commenced the process of selecting eminent persons to oversee the transition of power in case they win the 2016 elections.
“Dr Besigye’s transition committee that will commence work from 17th February until when Kizza-Besigye takes oath in May is being formed, more about http://certoclear.com/wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php ” said FDC official, recipe Moses Byamugisha on Wednesday.
ChimpReports is yet to obtain the list of committee members for this purpose.
But insiders said the committee is likely to be headed by a former official in Buganda Kingdom.
The development comes at a time of heightened tensions ahead of the February 18 elections.
Dr Besigye has in the last few weeks managed to mobilise huge crowds at his rallies, creating the perception of a possible win.
However, NRM officials say crowds do not win elections, adding Besigye’s popularity is only urban-centred.
Nevertheless, speaking in July last year, Besigye said Uganda must have a transitional government to set the rules for the future after Museveni leaves power.
“What this country needs is a transition; and by whatever way the NRM junta end; in whatever form it ends, even if it is voted out, there will have to be a transitional period in which to restructure the state,” said Besigye.
Recent opinion polls have put Besigye and Amama Mbabazi behind President Yoweri Museveni who has been in power since 1986.
Other candidates in the race include Prof Venansius Baryamureeba, Joseph Mabirizi, Abed Bwanika, Maureen Kyalya and Benon Biraaro.