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FDC Supports EC’s Request of sh549b to Organise 2021 Elections

The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has expressed dismay with the government's reluctance to allocate 'enough' money to organise the 2021 elections. According to Ssemujju Nganda, the FDC Spokesperson, government's reluctance to release funds is a way to keep the population ignorant and easy to exploit. "I think everybody knows that the

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Besigye Arrested After Escaping From His Home

Opposition big wig, Kizza Besigye has been arrested by police and taken to an unknown detention place. The former president of the Forum for Democratic Change party was earlier denied from leaving his home by the police. His gate was blocked by the men in uniform, but Besigye managed to

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Rebecca Kadaga Condemns Police Brutality Against Opposition Leaders

The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga is not pleased with how the police perpetually brutalizes opposition leaders. The Speaker voiced her dismay during a sitting on Tuesday. She wondered whether   the country still operates under a multi party system.  “I wonder whether multi-party system is being practiced in good spirit.

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FDC Spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda

Independence Day: FDC to Hold Parallel Celebrations

Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party leaders have said they are going to shun the national Independence celebrations again. Speaking to journalists on Monday, Ibrahim Ssemuju who is the party spokesperson said FDC is planning to hold parallel celebrations at their headquarters in Najjanakumbi. “It is useless to celebrate Independence when 70

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Nailed NRM supporter Baker Kasumba. Courtesy Photo

FDC Wants Detailed Report on Nailing of NRM Supporter, Castigates Gov’t on Street Cameras

Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has tasked police to issue a detailed report on nailed NRM supporter Baker Kasumba. Last week, a group of youths attacked Baker Kasumba and sank six-inch nails in his hands. Suspected to belong to an opposition pressure group, the youths accused Kasumba of supporting the ruling

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