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FDC embarks on phased reopening of party offices

By Nelson Kiva

Added 1st June 2020 06:25 PM

The party also commended Ugandans for observing measures that were announced by the government to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.

FDC embarks on phased reopening of party offices

Patrick Oboi Amuriat, FDC party president. (File photo)

The party also commended Ugandans for observing measures that were announced by the government to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.

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KAMPALA - The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has announced a phased reopening of its offices countrywide.
 
"The headquarter is now fully open and functional. We have instructed all our regional and district offices to re-open," Patrick Oboi Amuriat, the party president remarked during a press conference at the party headquarters at Najjanankumbi on Monday
 
He added; "We want to guide our regional and district leaders to begin holding smaller meetings to resuscitate the party.
 
All leaders coming for these meetings should put on face masks, should regularly wash their hands and meetings should take a short time (not more than two hours). We will in due course, issue more guidelines that you will follow as we settle in in this new normal situation."
 
The party also commended Ugandans for observing measures that were announced by the government to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
"As citizens, you have done your part and we immensely thank you. If the government had done its part, we would not be counting 413 cases.
 
At the time of the lockdown nearly two months ago, we had a few cases all imported from Dubai and the West. Today, we have registered community cases among them our frontline workers, the medics.
 
We are made to believe that the Sh104 b that Parliament hurriedly passed, was meant to procure Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for our medical workers.  Where did all this go?"
 
FDC accused government of an attempt to cover up the numbers and the damage the pandemic has caused to the country.

 

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