By Our Reporter
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has finally received a petition that was filed against President Yoweri Museveni and his government by Forum for Demoractic Change (FDC) former presidential contender Rtd. Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye.
Dr. Besigye and several others started collecting one millions signatures to back up their petition which they later filed, with intent to cause the ICC to investigate the allegations lodged against President Museveni and several government officials in their petition.
Dr. Besigye's tweet about ICC accepting his petition
“I’m grateful to our legal teams; volunteers who, in spite of great intimidation, collected signatures from all parts of Uganda; and courageous Ugandans who signed to petition ICC to have Mr M7 & others inves...
By Our Reporter
Capital City Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago has ceremoniously quit Norbert Mao’s
troubled Democratic Party (DP) and officially
crossed over to Dr. Kizza Besigye’s Forum for Democratic Change (FDC).
Lukwago, who has been one of the longtime veteran DP members, crossed to FDC after developing misundertandings with Mao, who is the DP President General.
FDC president Patrick Oboi Amuriat welcoming Lord Mayor Elias Lukwago to the party
Amuriat Oboi (POA), who is the FDC president, unveiled Lukwago on Tuesday July 28th,
2020 at the Party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, where hundreds of both Lukwago
and FDC supporters had gathered to welcome him.
Lukwago’s joining FDC comes at a time when there is word going around that the
party is conside...
By Keefa Nuwahereza
Tens thousands of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party have today gathered Namboole Stadium to celebrate the Party's 15th Anniversary.
Led by the FDC president Patrick Oboi Amuriat and the Spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, several FDC stalwarts, supporters and members are already engaging the day's activities.
FDC stalwarts at Namboole Stadium
The event started with marching where members of each in Uganda marched in front of the FDC party bosses, as expression that the Party is well-represented all over the country.
However, unlike other FDC rallies that have been clamped by the police, this time round the police allowed the event, but is heavily deployed within and without Namboole to ensure that no chaos breaks out as FDC stalwarts ...