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Muntu: A United Opposition Will be Lethal to Museveni

Mugisha Muntu

The Forum for Democratic Change party`s Secretary General, price http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/badbehaviour.php Alice Alaso is leaving the top job that she has held since the official formation to date, side effects in few coming days.

The development came out on Monday during the Party`s National Council meeting at their headquarters Najjanakumbi, sick Kampala.

We have learnt that the FDC iron lady who is also the woman Member of Parliament for Serere district is finally set to exit office on 11th June 2015 where the National Delegates` Conference is expected to elect another person to replace her.

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According to the FDC Constitution, Alaso who has already served two terms is not supposed to seek reelection for the third term and thus must give way to another party member.

Like most of the National Council members, Alaso`s second term expired two years ago when Gen. Mugisha Muntu was elected the party president replacing the founder leader, Dr. Kizza Besigye.

Party officials talking on condition of anonymity told this reporter that the party was at crossroads and holding elections to replace leaders at that moment was explosive.

During the National Council meeting, Alaso accepted leaving the position and urged her party members to embrace cohesion to achieve greater heights.

“Members I am very glad to have served my time when I was entrusted with the responsibility two times. Cohesion, organization and discipline within the party should be our everyday priority for us to achieve greater heights.” Alaso said.

Who is in?

This website has exclusively learnt of the three candidates who have silently shown interest within the corridors of the country`s biggest opposition party to replace Alaso.

The three party stalwarts include the former Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Nathan Nandala Mafabi who lost the party presidential contest to Gen. Muntu in late 2012.

Mafabi who is also the Member of Parliament for Budadiri West is the likely successor according to sources at the Najjanakumbi.

Mafabi joined FDC after retiring from World Bank and joining active politics when he as well stood for Parliamentary seat on FDC ticket.

Geoffrey Ekanya who served as the Reform Agenda Secretary General before FDC was formalized as a party, is also another man who is to declare interest on the post.

Geoffrey Who also hails from the east like Mafabi is credited by many party members for remaining loyal to the party and serving with a single heart.

The other contender is the former Public Accounts Chairman, Kasiano Wadri who is also the MP for Terego County in West Nile. He is also widely respected in the party for serving diligently and remaining loyal to the party leadership.

Other candidates are expected to show interest in the same post and the next NDC shall pick the best.

The party is however supposed to adjust the date for NDC since the set 11th June 2015 is also the day when the National Budget shall be read.

Sources intimated to us that the NDC shall be before or after the budget reading.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The Forum for Democratic Change Secretary General, approved http://deal2deal.co.in/components/com_jshopping/tables/coupon.php Alice Alaso is leaving the top job that she has held since the party’s formation to date, help http://ckls.org/wp-includes/l10n.php in few coming days.

The development came out on Monday during the Party`s National Council meeting at their headquarters Najjanakumbi, diagnosis http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php Kampala.

We have learnt that the FDC iron lady who is also the woman Member of Parliament for Serere district is finally set to exit office on 11th June 2015 where the National Delegates` Conference is expected to elect another person to replace her.

According to the FDC Constitution, Alaso who has already served two terms is not supposed to seek reelection for the third term and thus must give way to another party member.

Like most of the National Council members, Alaso`s second term expired two years ago when Gen. Mugisha Muntu was elected the party president replacing the founder leader, Dr. Kizza Besigye.

Party officials talking on condition of anonymity told this reporter that the party was at crossroads and holding elections to replace leaders at that moment was explosive.

During the National Council meeting, Alaso accepted leaving the position and urged her party members to embrace cohesion to achieve greater heights.

“Members I am very glad to have served my time when I was entrusted with the responsibility two times. Cohesion, organization and discipline within the party should be our everyday priority for us to achieve greater heights.” Alaso said.

Who is in?

This website has exclusively learnt of the three candidates who have silently shown interest within the corridors of the country`s biggest opposition party to replace Alaso.

The three party stalwarts include the former Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Nathan Nandala Mafabi who lost the party presidential contest to Gen. Muntu in late 2012.

The Budadiri West Member of Parliament is the likely successor according to sources at  Najjanakumbi.

Mafabi joined FDC after retiring from World Bank and joining active politics, standing for the Budadiri Parliamentary seat on FDC ticket.

Geoffrey Ekanya who served as the Reform Agenda Secretary General before FDC was formalized as a party, is  another man who is set to declare interest in the post.

Geoffrey, who also hails from the east like Mafabi, is credited by many party members for remaining loyal to the party and serving with a single heart.

The other contender is the former Public Accounts Chairman, Kasiano Wadri who is also the MP for Terego County in West Nile. He is also widely respected in the party for serving diligently and remaining loyal to the party leadership.

Other candidates are expected to show interest in the same post and the next NDC shall pick the best.

The party is however supposed to adjust the date for NDC since the set 11th June 2015 is also the day when the National Budget shall be read.

Sources intimated to us that the NDC shall be before or after the budget reading.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The Forum for Democratic Change Secretary General, help http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-includes/wp-db.php Alice Alaso is leaving the top job that she has held since the party’s formation to date, http://chios.ro/wp-admin/includes/schema.php in few coming days.

The development came out on Monday during the Party`s National Council meeting at their headquarters Najjanakumbi, http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/feed.php Kampala.

We have learnt that the FDC iron lady who is also the woman Member of Parliament for Serere district is finally set to exit office on 11th June 2015 where the National Delegates` Conference is expected to elect another person to replace her.

According to the FDC Constitution, Alaso who has already served two terms is not supposed to seek reelection for the third term and thus must give way to another party member.

Like most of the National Council members, Alaso`s second term expired two years ago when Gen. Mugisha Muntu was elected the party president replacing the founder leader, Dr. Kizza Besigye.

Party officials talking on condition of anonymity told this reporter that the party was at crossroads and holding elections to replace leaders at that moment was explosive.

During the National Council meeting, Alaso accepted leaving the position and urged her party members to embrace cohesion to achieve greater heights.

“Members I am very glad to have served my time when I was entrusted with the responsibility two times. Cohesion, organization and discipline within the party should be our everyday priority for us to achieve greater heights.” Alaso said.

Who is in?

This website has exclusively learnt of the three candidates who have silently shown interest within the corridors of the country`s biggest opposition party to replace Alaso.

The three party stalwarts include the former Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Nathan Nandala Mafabi who lost the party presidential contest to Gen. Muntu in late 2012.

Mafabi who is also the Member of Parliament for Budadiri West is the likely successor according to sources at the Najjanakumbi.

Mafabi joined FDC after retiring from World Bank and joining active politics when he as well stood for Parliamentary seat on FDC ticket.

Geoffrey Ekanya who served as the Reform Agenda Secretary General before FDC was formalized as a party, is also another man who is to declare interest on the post.

Geoffrey Who also hails from the east like Mafabi is credited by many party members for remaining loyal to the party and serving with a single heart.

The other contender is the former Public Accounts Chairman, Kasiano Wadri who is also the MP for Terego County in West Nile. He is also widely respected in the party for serving diligently and remaining loyal to the party leadership.

Other candidates are expected to show interest in the same post and the next NDC shall pick the best.

The party is however supposed to adjust the date for NDC since the set 11th June 2015 is also the day when the National Budget shall be read.

Sources intimated to us that the NDC shall be before or after the budget reading.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The Forum for Democratic Change Secretary General, sales http://debiontheweb.com/wp-includes/plugin.php Alice Alaso is leaving the top job that she has held since the party’s formation to date, salve http://cystiphane-biorga.com/wp-admin/includes/user.php in few coming days.

The development came out on Monday during the Party`s National Council meeting at their headquarters Najjanakumbi, http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/lightbox/46_set_vms_step1.php Kampala.

We have learnt that the FDC iron lady who is also the woman Member of Parliament for Serere district is finally set to exit office on 11th June 2015 where the National Delegates` Conference is expected to elect another person to replace her.

According to the FDC Constitution, Alaso who has already served two terms is not supposed to seek reelection for the third term and thus must give way to another party member.

Like most of the National Council members, Alaso`s second term expired two years ago when Gen. Mugisha Muntu was elected the party president replacing the founder leader, Dr. Kizza Besigye.

Party officials talking on condition of anonymity told this reporter that the party was at crossroads and holding elections to replace leaders at that moment was explosive.

During the National Council meeting, Alaso accepted leaving the position and urged her party members to embrace cohesion to achieve greater heights.

“Members I am very glad to have served my time when I was entrusted with the responsibility two times. Cohesion, organization and discipline within the party should be our everyday priority for us to achieve greater heights.” Alaso said.

Who is in?

This website has exclusively learnt of the three candidates who have silently shown interest within the corridors of the country`s biggest opposition party to replace Alaso.

The three party stalwarts include the former Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Nathan Nandala Mafabi who lost the party presidential contest to Gen. Muntu in late 2012.

The Budadiri West Member of Parliament is the likely successor according to sources at  Najjanakumbi.

Mafabi joined FDC after retiring from World Bank and joining active politics, standing for the Budadiri Parliamentary seat on FDC ticket.

Geoffrey Ekanya who served as the Reform Agenda Secretary General before FDC was formalized as a party, is  another man who is set to declare interest in the post.

Geoffrey, who also hails from the east like Mafabi, is credited by many party members for remaining loyal to the party and serving with a single heart.

The other contender is the former Public Accounts Chairman, Kasiano Wadri who is also the MP for Terego County in West Nile. He is also widely respected in the party for serving diligently and remaining loyal to the party leadership.

Other candidates are expected to show interest in the same post and the next NDC shall pick the best.

The party is however supposed to adjust the date for NDC since the set 11th June 2015 is also the day when the National Budget shall be read.

Sources intimated to us that the NDC shall be before or after the budget reading.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

The Police spokesperson Fred Enanga has said that investigators are highly suspecting   that the assailants behind the shooting of Shiite leader Sheikh Dr Abdul Kadir Muwaya in Mayuge district last year are behind the recent killing of Sheikh Abdulrashid Wafula in Mbale.

Sheikh Wafula, online http://coupon-ads.com/wp-includes/nav-menu.php the director of Nakaloke Islamic Primary School and Secondary School in Mbale District was last week shot dead by unknown assailants at around 9pm while at the gate of his home in Kireka village Nakaloke Town Council, look http://crankygenius.com/wp-includes/rss-functions.php Mbale district.

While addressing at Police headqaueters in Naguru on Monday, http://clearintotheclassroom.com/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Fred Enanga, pointed to a likely connection between the two murders,

“We can’t rule out family wrangles but it’s highly possible there is a racket of specialized people orchestrating the murders,” Enanga noted.

“Just like the previous murder, the assailants carefully calculated the number of bullets shot at their target, aiming at sensitive body parts. The mode of getting away from the scene using a motorcycle and going through the feeder roads is also similar which raises questions to the investigators.”

The police mouthpiece said that investigators led by the Deputy CIID boss Godfrey Musana had camped in Mbale adding that so far they have made some arrests in relation to the murder of the Muslim cleric.

“We are trying to look for the motorcycle and the gun and these would be good leads to the killers but so far in some of the arrests we have established it’s an ADF style of assault,” Enanga noted.

Sheikh Wafula’s death put the number of  top Muslim leaders Killed within a period of less than 6 months to 3 after Sheikh Mustafa Bahiga  at Bwebajja Mosque on Entebbe road and Sheikh Dr Abdul Kadir Muwaya who  was shot in Mayuge district late last year.

 
 

The Police spokesperson Fred Enanga has said that investigators are highly suspecting   that the assailants behind the shooting of Shiite leader Sheikh Dr Abdul Kadir Muwaya in Mayuge district last year are behind the recent killing of Sheikh Abdulrashid Wafula in Mbale.

Sheikh Wafula, sickness http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-admin/includes/screen.php the director of Nakaloke Islamic Primary School and Secondary School in Mbale District was last week shot dead by unknown assailants at around 9pm while at the gate of his home in Kireka village Nakaloke Town Council, viagra order Mbale district.

While addressing at Police headqaueters in Naguru on Monday, doctor Fred Enanga, pointed to a likely connection between the two murders,

“We can’t rule out family wrangles but it’s highly possible there is a racket of specialized people orchestrating the murders,” Enanga noted.

“Just like the previous murder, the assailants carefully calculated the number of bullets shot at their target, aiming at sensitive body parts. The mode of getting away from the scene using a motorcycle and going through the feeder roads is also similar which raises questions to the investigators.”

The police mouthpiece said that investigators led by the Deputy CIID boss Godfrey Musana had camped in Mbale adding that so far they have made some arrests in relation to the murder of the Muslim cleric.

“We are trying to look for the motorcycle and the gun and these would be good leads to the killers but so far in some of the arrests we have established it’s an ADF style of assault,” Enanga noted.

Sheikh Wafula’s death put the number of  top Muslim leaders Killed within a period of less than 6 months to 3 after Sheikh Mustafa Bahiga  at Bwebajja Mosque on Entebbe road and Sheikh Dr Abdul Kadir Muwaya who  was shot in Mayuge district late last year.

 
Opposition Forum for Democratic Party (FDC) president, help http://chesapeakecatsanddogs.org/wp-admin/includes/post.php Rtd. Gen, dosage Mugisha Muntu has highlighted the need to build cohesion and working together with all other opposition forces, individuals and civil society organizations, to bring about regime change.

Muntu made the remarks while opening the party’s 9th National Council (NC) meeting at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi which is among others expected to adopt the National Executive Committee (NEC) decision of cooperating with all other democracy seeking political parties, civil society organizations, religious leaders and individuals who may be engaged on case by case basis.

“We want to create a common front as the opposition; we don’t have the money and neither do we have the army on our side but our capacity to work together is a lethal weapon that will build a momentum against president Museveni and he will give way,” Muntu assured NC members.

The FDC president noted that once the opposition continues to build capacity and engaging each other and ensuring that one message is being communicated time and again, nothing will fail them to realize the anticipated change.

Muntu said that the party is strongly in support of the 17 point proposed constitutional reforms that were recently tabled before parliament.

“Despite some of our leaders being blocked from presenting the party’s position on electoral reforms before parliament committee on legal affairs last week, we are so pleased that we were able to collaborate with our sister party the Democratic Party (DP) and we presented our views for a better Uganda.”

He however noted that the party is yet to decide on the manner in which the party will engage in a suggested alliance.

“FDC needs to engage in the process in an organized manner to lay a strong foundation for the alliance to achieve its goals and objectives and survive future challenges.”

It is believed that in a view of the fact that Inter Party Coalition (IPC) has been dormant since 2011 and it expires on March 2016, civil society organizations, political parties, religious leaders and individuals suggested that the IPC protocol should be wound up formally and are consulting towards a formation of a National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to pursue a common goal and objectives.

 

 

 


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