Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) members who intend to contest in next year’s presidential elections can now pick their nomination forms for the party flag bearer’s race, more about help http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-includes/default-constants.php the party has announced.
This has been revealed by the party electoral commission chairman, viagra Dan Mugarura while addressing a weekly press conference at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi.
Mugarura told journalists that only one person Moses Mugisha has so far nomination forms. He said that nominations shall be held on July 1 and 2 in a free and open manner.
“All party members qualify to vie for the post as long as they are registered voters according to the country’s electoral commission,” Mugalula emphasized.
“A candidate must be between 35 to 75 years of a sound mind proposed by a party delegate and seconded by 10 party delegates,” Mugalula added.
He observed that all willing presidential contestants will pay a fee of Shs3.5M for the nomination which is non-refundable.
The party is set to hold its special delegates conference on September 1 and 2 where the party delegates will be casting votes for the position of the party flag bearer and as well vote in new office bearers for 19 positions that were left during the recent delegates’ conference that ushered in the new NEC.
He on the same note revealed that the party’s women league shall be holding its delegates conference on the 25th and 26th June.
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It could be on this account that Ugandan football giants, Sports Club Villa, organized a memorable bash at Villa Park to celebrate their Uganda Cup victory together with the whole football fraternity. Different categories of people attended the function right from football to politics.
Notable faces at the function included former Uganda Cranes and current Fufa CEO Edgar Watson, embattled Kampala mayor Erias Lukwago, controversial sports analyst cum politician Allan Ssewanyana and Kampala Central Mp and SC Victoria owner Hon. Muhammad Nsereko.
The chief guest was the MP for Kalungu East who is also the minister of state for agriculture Hon. Vincent Bamulangaki Sempijja. The minister awarded the club five million shillings and also received a Villa official shirt branded with his name.
Embattled Kampala Mayor Erias Lukwago also received a jersey and promised to support the team next season. It may seem like a way to get back at KCCA ED Jennifer Musisi who has since actively took control of the city hall funded club (KCCA Fc). Villa beat KCCA Fc to clinch the trophy.