In an August 31, 2023 letter, the Acting PPP Chairperson, Sadam Gayira, asks the FDC Party President Patrick Oboi Amuriat, to use prominent religious and cultural leaders without any political ambitions to foster unity in the FDC.
Nandala says that Birigwa ran a notice in the papers calling for an extraordinary Delegates Meeting “without knowledge of any party organ including the Secretary-General who is the Principal Accounting Officer of the Party under Article 28 (4) (b) (i) and Secretary to the National Delegates Conference in accordance with Article 28 (4) (b) (iii)…”
Donald Rukare, the Chief of the Party of the USAID Rights and Justice Activity Project in Uganda said that CSOs should operate within the law. He however said that there are several provisions of the law that they disagree with for the unfair limitations they impose on CSOs.
"My tour started just prior to the presidential elections, when 54 people were killed by security forces. To this day, there has been no accountability for their deaths," writes the U.S Ambassador to Uganda, Natalie E. Brown.
In a letter dated 17th August 2023, addressed to the Speaker of Parliament, Mabafi reiterates that the party followed the correct procedure in withdrawing Ssemujju and appointing another person to the position.
During a meeting by government agencies and GGGI at Golden Tulip Hotel in Kampala, the question of land was raised as a big challenge in urban planning. This is observed during public development such as roads which often need residents to offer part of their land to have a proper road constructed.
The FDC Party Secretary General Nathan Nandala Mafabi communicated the decision in an August 7th, 2023 letter to the Speaker of Parliament. The letter is copied to the deputy speaker, the FDC party president, Patrick Amuriat Oboi, Ssemujju Nganda, and Yusuf Nsibambi.
Commenting about the report on Monday morning, Dr. Besigye said that the investigations ignored the key question that he raised with the party concerning the “dirty” money and instead sought to reconcile him with Nandala.
On Thursday last week, the Attorney General told parliament that the government would extend the term of office. The proposed extension was challenged in parliament with opposition politicians accusing the government of sleeping on the job.
In his 248 paged book titled "Statehood on Trial, Thoughts on the 1966 Uganda Political Crisis" Bossa, goes on to demonstrate how the Crisis was a contest to unite the State of Uganda rather than a fight against the person of the Kabaka.
The journalists were invited to attend a press briefing by the party National Chairman Wasswa Birigwa at 11am but were denied entrance. Birigwa was able to force himself in alone while journalists and other party members were left hanging outside the gate.
On Thursday Birigwa visited the party offices at Najjanankumbi where he was scheduled to address the press about the affairs of the party. Journalists were barred from accessing the headquarters while Birigwa forced himself in through a small gate.
Otuko, who ran on the Uganda People's Congress (UPC) party ticket, was declared the winner of the Oyam County North by-election earlier this month. She replaced the late Col (Rtd) Charles Okello Engola, who was shot dead by his bodyguard in May.
Amuriat who called a special press briefing on Wednesday afternoon maintained that there are several reasons for keeping the source of their funding confidential, one of them being to protect the founder's identity.