The Forum for Democratic Change –FDC party Presidential Candidate, look http://cwsgroup.com.au/components/com_k2/controllers/itemlist.php Dr. Col. Kiiza Besigye who is campaigning in the Kigezi region yesterday joined Christians in prayer at Christ the King Catholic Church and later at All Saints Church in Kabale town.
At both churches, diagnosis http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-includes/load.php the opposition candidate emphasized the role of Christians in rebuilding the country.
Expressing optimism that the New Year would bring new changes, viagra 40mg http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php Dr Besigye asked the church goers to always pray for him as well as other people in the struggle to get the country back on truck.
He said prayers are especially needed “as we embark on this approaching final push to rid the country of (President) Yoweri Museveni and the ruling National Resistance Movement Party.
Besigye noted that with the help of God, the ouster will be for the first time completed without shedding blood as has been the case since the country’s independence.
At Christ the King Church, Christians led by Fr. David Byaruhanga laid hands and prayed for the opposition candidate to emerge winner in the coming elections, while at All Saints Archdeacon Venerable Godfrey Twesiime did the same.
Dr. Besigye was accompanied by the Kabale Municipality Mayor, Dr.Pius Ruhemurana, Kabale District FDC chairperson Lydia Turyahumura, FDC deputy secretary general,Dr. Joseph Tindyebwa , Chief Mobilizer Ingrid Turinawe Kamateneti , Rukungiri Municipality MP Roland Kaginda Mugume among others .
From Church Dr. Besigye proceeded to hold campaign rallies in the counties of Ndorwa West, Rubanda West and Rubanda East.
Both at Christ the King Catholic Church and All Saints Church police led by the head of the Field force unit in Kabale, Abraham Asiimwe was heavily deployed.