Mr Ssemuju Nganda

The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) will on December 16th 2019 mark its 15th year of existence.

The ceremony according to party spokesperson who doubles as Kira municipality MP, Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, is aimed at reinvigorating Uganda’s leading political party, will take place at Mandela National Stadium in Namboole in one of the facility’s parking.

Over 10,000 FDC leaders and members from all over the country are expected to grace the ceremony. The party has also invited leaders from sister political parties in Uganda and from the African continent.

“The FDC was born on December 16th 2004 out of a merger of three political platforms; Reform Agenda, Parliamentary Advocacy Forum (PAFO) and National Democratic Front (NDF).” He said at party headquarters adding that it is at this function that the FDC will unveil a robust programme that will guide the final push against the dictator and dictatorship.

“Meanwhile we would like to remind FDC members and supporters that the recently announced zonal teams will be in your villages to check on the health of the party.” He said.

In villages where no leadership exist, a committee of six comprising two youth (male and female), an elder, person with disability, a woman and one more member will be put in place.

The committee of six will organize members to elect five more leaders who together will make eleven. The eleven per village will elect parish leadership and later sub-county. These leaders will run the FDC affairs until general internal elections are organized.