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UPC disassociates itself from the United Forces of Change alliance


FILE: Faizo Muzeyi UPC Head of Media and Communications

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) disassociated itself from the ongoing opposition political pressure group to form an alliance for change aimed at ousting the National Resistance Movement (NRM) from power come the 2026 General Elections. UPC says no single opposition political party or pressure group has written or approached UPC with an alliance agenda.

Faizo Muzeyi UPC Head of Media and Communications, while addressing Journalists at the party Head Office, located at Uganda House in Kampala on Wednesday said that the party has well laid down political structures and organs to address political party-related issues and that UPC does not operate in isolation and rumormongering.

“If there are people out there masquerading as representing the interests of UPC political party, then take it from me that UPC does not recognise and know them,” Muzeyi said.

Regarding the ongoing 19th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and G77+China Summit in Kampala, UPC in a statement highlighted the challenge of heavy debt burden which has enslaved NAM members since the Arab – Israel war of the early 1970s, and that this has reduced the capacity to invest in our economies and trade as well as create viable opportunities for the youthful population.

“UPC calls upon the ongoing NAM Summit to come up with practical solutions to the debt trap,” reads the statement in part.

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