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FDC Busy Eliminating ‘Moles’; Paul Mwiru, Alice Alaso, Wadri Sacked

The opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has this evening fired top party leaders loyal to the former party president Gen. Mugisha Muntu (New Formation).

Among these is the former secretary General Ms. Alice Alaso, Arua Municipality’s newly elected lawmaker Kassiano Wadri, Former Bukonzo East Member of Parliament Hon. Yokasi Bihandewho doubles as the husband to the Kasese woman MP Winnie Kiiza, Central Region Vice chairperson Semakula Rajab Kaaya, Jinja East’s Paul Mwiru Among others.

The faces that have taken the sacked people’s positions include Busongora North’s William Nzoghure placing Patrick Baguma as the new Vice Chairperson Western region, former Party spokesperson John Kikonyogo who is now the Deputy Party Spokesperson replacing Paul Mwiru, Mubarak Munyagwa is now the deputy Mobiliser Central Region replacing Alex Gitta among others.  

This decision was reached by the National Executive Council in a meeting held at the Party Headquarters in Najjanankumbi, a Kampala suburb.

It should be noted that yesterday, the Party Secretary General Hon. Nandala Mafabi revealed that they are not ready to tolerate undisciplined members.

He also announced how the party is doing great and has made a lot of progress as far as numbers and new recruitments are concerned.

“We have Recruited 145,650 Members in the last one year out standing among them include Hon. Vincent Kyamadidi former MP for Rwampara, Mr. Guma Betukira Gumisiriza former RDC,Virginia Plan Mugyenyi, an educationist and business woman among others.” Hestated.

He noted that the party has also performed well in the recent elections citing the example of Kaliro that was swept by FDC in the last elections for new administrative Units.

He said that this is a thing that happened for the first time since inception and under the able leadership of Eng. Patrick Oboi Amuriat, he believes the party is destined to continue championing the struggle to liberate the Pearl of Africa.

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