Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) President Jimmy Akena has stormed The Democratic Alliance (TDA) headquarters in Naguru, abortion http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/simplepie/sanitize.php distancing the opposition party from the alleged endorsement of Hon Amama Mbabazi as the joint coalition’s candidate in the 2016 elections.
Dr Olara Otunnu represented UPC in TDA meetings before supporting Mbabazi’s candidature.
Both Otunnu and Akena claim being party presidents.
However, drug http://clearlakefestival.ca/wp-includes/date.php Akena wields more clout considering that he managed to keep Otunnu away from the party headquarters.
In short, treat the UPC operations are run by Akena while Otunnu normally operates from Speke Hotel in Kampala with a few of his loyalists.
“I have come to protest UPC’s alleged endorsement of any candidate in the TDA race,” Akena told journalists in Naguru.
“Our party withdrew from TDA long time ago. We didn’t want our name dragged into something we didn’t know,” he added.
Akena said he managed to reach a compromise with some TDA officials to pull down UPC’s flag from the Alliance’s premises.
He insisted that the party shouldn’t be pegged to any candidate in TDA.
“Our flag is a representation of UPC that decided not to be part of TDA. As a leader of my party I have the mandate to remove it from TDA offices,” he assured.
Interestingly, Otunnu was at TDA when the flag was being pulled down.
“It was wrong for Akena to remove the flag. It belongs to the party and not Akena group,” charged Otunnu.
However, Otunnu and TDA officials were overwhelmed by UPC supporters who accompanied Akena to the Alliance’s secretariat.
Carrying placards with inscriptions reading, “TDA is not UPC’s Electoral Commission” and “We want our Flag now”, the youthful UPC supporters warned that failure to hand over their flag would lead to consequences.
The unfolding development underscores the deep divisions in Uganda’s opposition as it prepares for the 2016 presidential elections.
Akena is expected to stand for President in the upcoming elections.
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The victims of the storm are appealing to the district leaders to inform the Ministry of disaster and preparedness and NGOs to come to their rescue and extend relief aid.
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