Byamugisha takes FDC party presidential bid to London

FDC's Moses Byamugyisha

Forum for Democratic Change Party Presidential candidate, Mr Moses Byamugisha, is heading to London this week on a campaign mobilisation tour as part of his 90 day campaign trail that ends on November 23 with the FDC National Delegates Conference in Kampala.

Byamugisha was invited to London by the FDC Europe and Young People’s Democratic Alliance  to attend the next FDC and YPDA conference to be hosted in the Great City of Leeds United Kingdom on the 6th and 7th October 2017.

Discussions during this conference will centre around Uganda’s independence that never was, The political jerry maundering, The proposal to amend Article 102(b) and generally the tinkering of the constitution to suit Mr Museveni; The systematic abuse of Human Rights in Uganda; The quest for a Peaceful transition; The ailing economy; The rampant corruption; Broken down government systems among other issues.

The overall objective of the conference is promoting good and effective leadership and governance, and advancing the development of our great nation Uganda.

The guest of Honour will be the People’s President HE Retired Colonel Dr. Kizza Besigye.

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Among other very important guests will be; Leeds Members of Parliament. Hon. Alex Sobel MP and Hon Richard Burgon MP.

After this conference, Byamugisha is scheduled to hold private meetings in London with key allies in his campaign which has been centred on two issues;

Streamlining the FDC Party infrastructure to serve FDC’s needs to capture power.

Championing an inclusive, youth-led national political transition.

He is also expected to hold meeting with the youth wingers in the conservative party of Britain which has enjoyed a close working relationship with the FDC party for many years.

A number of capacity building programs in FDC have for a long time been supported by the conservatives and this could be the reason why this meeting is being organized.

Byamugisha is expected to proceed to South Africa after London where he intends to meet FDC officials from the South African Chapter which is one of the most vibrant chapters of the FDC Diaspora community.

This conference will also be attended by participants from other African countries that have similar political problems like Uganda.