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Another Aide Flees

By Vision Reporter

Added 26th August 2001 03:00 AM

The chief co-ordinator for Col Kizza Besigye’s presidential elections campaign in West Nile region, Rauxen Zedriga, has gone missing, sources close to the family said yesterday, reports Emmy Allio.

The chief co-ordinator for Col Kizza Besigye’s presidential elections campaign in West Nile region, Rauxen Zedriga, has gone missing, sources close to the family said yesterday, reports Emmy Allio.

The chief co-ordinator for Col Kizza Besigye’s presidential elections campaign in West Nile region, Rauxen Zedriga, has gone missing, sources close to the family said yesterday, reports Emmy Allio. Zedriga, a development consultant with a local NGO, is believed to have sneaked out of the country a week ago along with Besigye. Other sources said Zedriga left the country together with Besigye and later informed friends that he was safe. Other sources said he is either in South Africa or the USA. Press reports said Besigye left the country about a week ago along with six members of the Reform Agenda, the name for the former Elect Besigye Task Force. The other members who are out are James Opoka, Anne Mugisa and Vincent Kimera. Zedriga’s last public appearance was at Hotel Africana on August 17, when he attended the closing of a two-week child rights course for soldiers. The course was organised by Save the Children Fund (Denmark). Zedriga has been living with his family in Gayaza, according to sources close to the family. Zedriga was a former Executive Secretary of DENIVA. He made two attempts to represent Terego county, Arua district, in the Constituent Assembly and the Sixth Parliament but lost to Movement Secretariat research director Mario Obiga Kania. Zedriga early this year represented Besigye camp in Koboko and presented sh500,000 at the funeral of Adiga, a Makerere University student who was gunned down at the heat of the presidential campaigns early this year. Ends

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