Opposition Forum for Democratic Change will be holding a prayer session for the people affected by the clashes in the Kasese District in which over 100 people are reported to have been killed.
The opposition party says they are organizing the prayers tomorrow Thursday at the party offices in Najjanankumbi at 10am.
The clashes which started at the close of last week have left dead bodies on both sides of the cultural guards of the Rwenzururu King Wesley Mumbere and government’s law enforcement agents.
The King has since been charged with murder and remanded in Jinja.
“We will pray for the dead and their families, more about http://colosseo.com.br/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/admin.php the injured and those in prisons, http://clothesthatwork.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/aggregator/migrate.php ” revealed FDC’s chief mobilizer Ingrid Turinawe.
“For that matter, we have put a halt on the ongoing FDC Regional conferences and Rallies. The Acholi conference which was supposed to run 2nd and 3rd November in Gulu will not take place.”
Turinawe said the countrywide Mobilization program will be re-arranged and communicated.
Religious leaders from all faiths she said, will be present at the party offices to lead the prayers.
“The same prayers will be held in Kasese at the date that will be communicated tomorrow during the first prayers at Najjanankumbi.”
Kasese was one of the districts dominated by FDC during the February general elections, talking all five parliamentary seats there.