Kyagulanyi states that what he, Ssenyonyi and other Ugandans are doing, is coming together in association while exercising their power as Ugandans in as far as Article one of the Constitution, which states that power belongs to the people.
Tumuranze denied knowledge of the computer saying that he was only given a stamp which he was prepared to handover. He explained that by the time he took over office in November 2017 the party lacked an office.
Dr Joseph Tindyebwa, the FDC Deputy National Secretary General in Charge of Policy and Research says the decision was made by the National Executive Committee-NEC and National Youth League members. It followed Owamanis arrest in a case of burglary, theft and rape.
The nominated candidates include the current party president, Major-General Mugisha Muntu who is seeking a second term in office. Others are party youth league chief mobiliser Moses Byamugisha and a one Dan Matsiko Malcom, a businessman cum politician who returned from South Africa recently. Three more candidates will be nominated tomorrow. These include Kawempe South MP Mubarak Munyagwa, former Kumi County legislator Patrick Oboi Amuriat and Moses Bakubi Lukubira who was supposed to be nominated today but requested to be pushed to tomorrow.
While speaking at the FDC party workshop for Ankole Sub region at Mbarara Catholic social center this Morning, Besigye said although he still insists on nonviolent methods of changing leadership, Ugandans must be ready to be part of the struggle to reclaim their country.
A group of FDC leaders in Kabale led by Jack Sabbit, the former Rukiga county Member of Parliament, argue that it is a waste of time to participate in the Rubanda district polls under the current Electoral Commission, which cheated him and former FDC presidential candidate, Kizza Besigye of their victory.
Dr. Besigye was arrested on Wednesday May 11 after beating the heavy deployment and surveillance at his home in Kasangati, Wakiso district and unexpectedly emerged in Kampalas central business district. He was then airlifted to Moroto in a helicopter that landed at Nadunget Airstrip
Patrick Onyango, the Kampala Metropolitan spokesperson, says Besigye has been whisked off to Nagalama Police Station in Mukono district. He declined to comment on how Besigye had beaten the heavy police deployment right from his home and Gayaza road to get to the city center.
DP Secretary General Mathias Nsubuga says they are already in touch with FDC over the May 5 demonstration because they equally share the view that the election was a fraud and that President Yoweri Museveni is illegitimately holding onto office.