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FDC to Pray for Kasese Through December

Pastor David Ngabo led prayers at FDC Offices on Thursday

Forum for Democratic Change party (FDC) president, erectile http://crappieholic.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/category_item.php Gen. Mugisha Muntu has called upon all Ugandans to take off time and dedicate the month of December to praying for the people of Kasese where several dozen people were killed during clashes between the Rwenzururu royal guards and joint security forces.

Muntu told a gathering at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi that congregated to pray for the people of Rwenzori, site http://companyimpact.com/waterbills/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/deprecated.php that the party will be holding prayers throughout the month for the people of Kasese and the country at large.

“We have dedicated December to prayers for Kasese and the entire country and God with us; we shall see change happening, http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-includes/class-phpass.php ”

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L-R Leader of Opposition Winnie Kizza, FDC Chairman Waaswa Biriggwa, President Mugisha Muntu and Col Dr Kizza Besigye at the prayers

L-R Leader of Opposition Winnie Kizza, FDC Chairman Waaswa Biriggwa, President Mugisha Muntu and Col Dr Kizza Besigye at the prayers

Muntu said that the party shall hold prayers in the different parts of the country and will be revealing the venues and dates accordingly.

Party leaders and supporters together with religious leaders gathered on Thursday to offer prayers for the people that lost their lives in Kasese and for the bereaved families.

The prayers at the FDC headquarters were lead by pastors and sheiks including Pastor Happy David Ngabo, who petitioned God to intervene and save the lives of people in Kasese.

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Ngabo accused other religious leaders of abandoning their duties and remained silent while atrocities are being committed on the people of Kasese.

“I grew up in the revolution struggle seeing shedding of blood, I am seeing similar things are beginning to happen,” Ngabo said.

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