Amuriat sworn in as FDC president, pro Muntu legislators shun the event


By Ronald Kabuye
After swearing in as the Forum Democratic Change FDC president on Tuesday and a consuming his office at the party headquarters in najjankumbi in a much attended event by various dignitaries, Eng. Patrick Amuriat oboi has promised  to do everything possible to keep the party intact and to talk at length with the former president Maj Gen Gregory Mugisha Muntu after the dust has settled and without emotions on how to take the party forward.
Amuriat appealed to Muntu to stay in the party so as to dislodge the NRM government together who has changed on power.
“we must work together to remove and reclaim our stolen victory from this corrupt and holigoon NRM which has abused power.” said Amuriat
Amuriat also promised to fast truck the setting up of the elders Council, reconciliation committee,  disciplinary committee and to cooperate with all the right political parties, right thinking NRM members,  civil societies, business partners to dislodge the regime.
In his speech while handling over the office, the outing president Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu said that he is happy to handle over an intact party to Amuriat and urged him to keep intact.
He urged the Public to build the desire and have a conviction not only to capture power but also to transform the country by using their capabilities despite theirs differences in ideologies and approaches.
He also cautioned Amuriat to be careful with some of the people he is going to work with. Adding that’s time to deal with the real problem not just it’s symptoms which he says is possible by building content behind their slagon of one Uganda one people and investigate the will.
He reteirated his plans of holding a national wide consultation meeting to have a lasting solution to the differences and that he will always keep in contact with Amuriat.
notable on the event is that no member of parliament that supported Mugisha Muntu showed up on the event including the leader of opposition in parliament Winnie Kiiza and the chief whip Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda.
The Other two who sworn is the buhweju county legislator Francis Mwijukye and Habib Buwembo as deputy secretary general treasury in charge of fundraising and secretary for labour and pensions respectively.
The event was also attended to by the kampala lord mayor Erias lukwago, Kyandodo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi wine amongst others.


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