After meeting delegates of Bukedi and Elgon in Mbale, Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidates Hon. Patrick Oboi Amuriat and Amb. Wasswa Biriggwa proceeded to Soroti in Teso Subregion where they met party Delegates and candidates.
The two candidates were officially received in Soroti City by Mayor Omer Paul who cautioned FDC candidates to stay focused and fight as a team and win together.
Teso Delegates after listening to the campaign messages from the two Presidential flag bearer candidates, they requested them to remain firm and steadfast towards change.
They assured both candidates that whoever gets the FDC Party Presidential flag will be assured of getting 100% win in the Sub region as its more than ready, ripe and prepared for regime change.
Teso has fielded 100% Party candidates on all elective positions and will resoundingly be painted blue.
Over the weekend, the candidates had an interaction with the Delegates and MP candidates of Lango Sub Region in Lira City.
The meeting was organised by National Party Vice Chairman Hon. JB Okello Okello at Alpha Gardens in Lira.
Hon. JB Okello Okello led delegates in thanking the Presidential candidates for running a health campaign and implored them to keep the spirit of One Uganda One People that will keep the Party together even after the campaigns.
POA promised to restore the past glory of Lira and Lango subregion once given the flag and is voted for by Ugandans as President of Uganda since he studied from Lira and understands very well how cooperatives had developed several Subregions.
Amb. Wasswa Biriggwa promised to bring modern methods of doing work that are research based that will enable every area to concentrate on production of crops that they have a comparative advantage on based on soil particles among other things.
The team thereafter headed to Acholi Subregion where they are meeting Delegates of the region to which updates will be given here.
The two interacted with the delegates and Parliamentary candidates of Acholi Sub Region at the home of Deputy President Hon. Ronald Reagan Okumu in Gulu City.
Acholi Subregion remains one of the top most bedrocks of FDC currently presenting the highest number of Members of Parliament in the 10th Parliament on FDC ticket as well as a Minority Leader Hon. Betty Aol Ocan.
Both candidates thanked the Acholi group for the resilience exhibited in supporting the Party for the last 15 years since FDC started and pledged to keep united even when one of them wins the Party Presidential flag.
POA and Amb. Wasswa Biriggwa headed to West Nile Sunday morning to meet the Delegates of the Region.