FDC postpones weekly prayers due to unavailability of religious leaders

By Wasswa Deo
Opposition political party Forum for Democratic Change has postponed the launch of their weekly prayers against the lifting of the age limit.
The party had organised to launch their weekly countrywide prayers at Najjankumbi against the lifting of the age limit today but were postponed to next week.
According to the deputy party spokesperson Paul Mwiru,the launch had been extended to next week after the religious leaders who were supposed to lead in prayers were unavailable

Besigye to be flown back To Kampala says Prisons boss

By Patricia Osman
Dr Kizza Besigye the FDC former presidential candidate has been flown in back to Kampala today from Moroto District where he was incarcerated since last week.
According to the prisons spokesperson Fred Baine Mayanja the transfer follows a formal request from Besigye’s doctors. Baine says Besigye’s Doctor wrote to the Commissioner General of prisons that his patient be brought closer to him for easy and closer management.
However there are contradicting reports that Besigye transfer was only prompted following a protest by angry locals demanding for the release of the FDC strongman and former party presidential flag bearer.
 This morning police reportedly fired teargas and live ammunition at the hundreds of angry protesters in Moroto. Besigye was remanded by the Moroto Chief Magistrates Court on Friday last week  after being charged with treason, following the appearance of a video footage of him being sworn in as President elect.
Besigye was airlifted to Moroto following his arrest on Wednesday after he beat police security and turned up in Kampala a day before the official swearing in of President Yoweri  Museveni.

What is Besigye’s view on JPAM?

On the Capital Gang this Saturday,

We shall be hosting Dr Kiiza Besigye. After a hectic campaign he won the vote to become Forum for Democratic party presidential flag bearer. He will probably win the head of The Democratic Alliance position as well. So what is next? Will he boycott elections if electoral reforms are not made? How does he handle those who opposed his position?

What is his response to Amanya Mushega’s open letter to him?

What is his opinion on the JPAM factor? Isn’t Amama stealing all the opposition supporters?

Listen to 91.3 Capital FM or stream live on capitalradio.co.ug on Saturday 12th.

Jinja consultations turn into tear gas initiation for Mbabazi

Police has fired tear gas to disperse supporters of former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi who had gathered crowds for his consultation meeting in Jinja.



Edgar Nyabwongo the Regional police commander Jinja district says police received a letter from Jinja Town Clerk David Kyasanku informing them that Jinja municipal council will use Kakindu play ground for their activities which Mbabazi had wanted to use for his consultation.



He notes that Mbabazi was suppose to address the meeting at Triangle hotel and not in open air. Kakindu play ground and Kazimingi ground remain sealed off and heavily guarded by police.