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New FDC Women League Warns NRM

Ingrid Turinawe (R) hands over office from Winnie Kiiza on Saturday in Kampala

Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) President, clinic http://couragelion.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-xmlrpc-server.php Gen. Mugisha Muntu has called upon women to spearhead creation of a new culture that encourages concession of defeat in elections so as to avoid hatred and malice within the country.

The party president made the remarks while speaking to the party Women League after the swearing in of the new executive committee at Tal Cottages in Rubaga Division in Kampala during the weekend.

Muntu said the shedding of blood and hatred among Ugandans came as a result of failure by leaders to accept defeat.

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“Competition is healthy but the failure by our previous leaders to concede defeat brought wounds within the hearts of many that needs a thorough healing process so as to create a positive nation, page http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-terms-list-table.php ” Muntu said.

“You are the mothers of the nation, http://ccathsu.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/wp-contact-form-7.php nature is in actions not just in words; I urge you as FDC women to be at the forefront of creating a positive mind within Ugandans by preaching love and unity as the only way to create the healing,” Muntu preached.

Muntu accused president Museveni of spearheading divisions, malice and hatred among Ugandans and within the National Resistance Movement which has clearly manifested by the wrangles between him and the former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi.

He said that the fear for competition by president Museveni even within his party is causing conflicts among different party members.

He also commended the women for exhibiting a high level of organization and political maturity that has facilitated the smooth running of the entire leadership renewal exercise.

“Am very certain that nothing beats organization under the sun; once we continue focusing on building organization strength, Museveni shall run in broad day light,” he noted.

Winfred Kiiza was elected chairperson of FDC Women League, replacing Ingrid Turinawe.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Women League has inaugurated the new executive members at National level after holding a successful election exercise that lasted two days, about it http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader-skin.php Chimp Corps report.

Hon Winnie Kizza was sworn-in as the new chairperson of the Women League, approved http://dangerdame.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/init.php replacing Ingrid Turinawe who had served in the position for two terms.

While handing over office at a ceremony organized at Tal Cottages in Rubaga Division on Saturday, http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-api.php Turinawe said it gives her joy to see she has been able to peacefully relinquish power to a new chairperson.

She expressed confidence that her successor would be able to execute her assignments effectively.

“Today, I am the winner because I am handing over peacefully. I am very certain that many iron ladies were born during my reign; therefore president Museveni should expect to face it rough from this new team of women,” added Turinawe.

“I know I am known to many as an iron lady but I want to assure you that the new team is having all that it takes with Winnie Kiiza whom I trust well, the four Vice Chairpersons; Rachael Karuru a metal, Dinah Bua is steel, Faridah Nangonzi is  fire while Faridah Nasimbwa is a general.”

“The wind and the Tsunami that will take Museveni will be led by the women league.”

While taking up the new office, Kiiza said the new committee will ensure that they continue building on the foundation left behind by the old executive committee.

Kiiza said they will traverse the entire country to drum up support for opposition to change the government in power.

“A total of 16 women die each day while giving birth due to the poor health services in the country. We will continue with the campaign of distributing free ‘Mama kits’ to all pregnant women countrywide,” she added.

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