PRESENTED LACKLUSTRE EVIDENCE: Kira Municipality MP Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda

The journey leading to the election of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) new leader will begin in July and run for three months, climaxing with the election of the party president in November.

In an interview at the party headquarters Najjanankumbi, FDC spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, said the process will be preceded by a National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting on July 8 that will pave the way for a delegates meeting, set the agenda and polling date for the new party president.

According to Ssemujju, the FDC Delegates’ Conference will also be held in November to discuss on the way forward for the party.

Over the past months the FDC has been bedeviled by a number of challenges including that of restless youth led by Bernard Osinde Mopendi, the youth chairperson for West Budama, who launched a campaign to impeach party president Mugisha Muntu.