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FDC Mourns Late Charles Angiro Gutmoi

The FDC party president Patrick Oboi Amuriat described Angiro as a vocal advocate who held the government accountable, stating that his passing is not only a significant loss for the party but for Uganda as a whole.
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The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party has mourned the loss of former Erute North County MP Hon. Charles Angiro Gutmoi, describing him as a strong leader who championed the interests of the common person. 

Gutmoi died in a road accident along the Karuma-Pakwach highway on Saturday morning.  The FDC party president Patrick Oboi Amuriat described Angiro as a vocal advocate who held the government accountable, stating that his passing is not only a significant loss for the party but for Uganda as a whole.

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Joy Atim Ongom, the former Lira District woman MP from the Uganda People’s Congress- UPC party, described Gutmoi as a fearless and down-to-earth leader who worked tirelessly for the benefit of all.

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Moses Okot Jr, the Kyoga County MP and a member of the FDC party, remembers Gutmoi as a courageous political mentor who inspired many individuals to engage in activism and good politics.

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However, Okot expressed concern about the current state of roads, emphasizing that they have become dangerous death traps.   

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The 2022 Annual Crime Report reveals a rise in road accidents in Uganda, with 20,394 cases reported in 2022 compared to 17,443 cases the previous year. The report highlights that 61 percent of accidents were a result of reckless driving, indicating the need for increased road safety measures.

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