Unlike before, the two are to face off in joint campaigns through sub-regional meetings.
The two candidates have been asked to step aside from their current positions.
Besigye explained that he intensively discussed the matter with the party leadership on his decision not to stand and to let him lead Plan B.
“Nabila Naggayi is right, Dr Besigye personalised the party, he disappointed all of us,” Beti Kamya said.
The FDC leader said Uganda’s challenge is poor leadership which has failed to address the basic needs of citizens
“We do not contemplate any disciplinary action against those who defied the party principles. We shall continue engaging them,” says party president Patrick...
Amuriat said the exercise is part of their agenda to strengthen the party’s presence in the regions that are predominantly ruling party zones
The board will be led by Phillip Wafula Oguttu as chairperson
Amuriat trounced Muntu with 641 votes against 463 in a hotly contest that is now threatening to bring the party to its knees.
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