Police cautions FDC to follow rules during their anniversary celebrations

By Robert Segawa

Police has given Forum for Democratic change (FDC) guidelines to follow for their 15th anniversary celebration that is expected to take place at Namboole on Monday 16th December.

According to Patrick Onyango Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson, FDC as a party is supposed to follow the provisions of public order management act especially section five.

Onyango says the function must be held indoors and there should be no procession to and from the venue.

He added that the anniversary must be strictly to party members and should not be an open political rally. FDC should also have proof of clear consent to use the venue from the management of Namboole stadium.

Meanwhile Nandala Mafabi the party Secretary general insists that there must will be a procession from their Headquarters Najjanankumbi to Namboole stadium.

He adds that they informed police in time for providing security during their anniversary celebration.

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