Kira honorable Member of Parliament, Ssemujju Nganda has Wednesday afternoon called upon Forum for Democratic Change delegates to gather their efforts and energy on branding the opposition party.
Embracing Njeru FDC delegates meeting in Buikwe district, Hon. Ssemujju Nganda feels there is no need of stressing on leaders to take over Uganda’s political leadership first as the most prioritized objective, but rather seeing an organized progressing party.
“All I want, is to see FDC party remain strongly progressive, even after Gen. Muntu’s ending term of leadership,” Hon. Ssemujju Nganda noted while addressing Njeru leaders and civilians.
He challenged delegates to be strongly cooperative within the party for, “it never to decline when renown leaders leave,” it to the young growing generation.
In his ideology, the opposing FDC party, “should to be known and understood by even infants,” rather than knowing its leaders.
In his speech, Hon. Ssemujju denounced putting much effort and energy unto FDC leaders than the party it’s self.
“FDC has a challenge of minding more about leaders winning however I call upon us to brand the party to its limit,” he said.
He gave an example of Dr. Paul Ssemwogere who’s political party declined despite having strong supporters like Cicelia Ogwal who believed in him to death.
Dr. Ssemwogere was by 1996 the Democratic Party president.
Talking about branding the party, he narrated a scenario of Councillor Nataali who won Wakiso elections without making campaign simply, “because all that mattered in people’s minds was FDC’s logo,” than the candidate herself.
In addition, “we need to fore go conflicts and concentrate on branding,” Gen. Mugisha Muntu noted, for every Ugandan to understand how, “FDC genuinely operates when anyone talks about political leadership, economy, freedom and peace, education,” among others.
This session was resuming “Muntu for president” campaign.
Gen. Mugisha Muntu’s FDC presidential campaign came to a halt due to the arrest of Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye, former FDC president, together with Hon. Ingrid Turinawe, FDC national secretary and councillor Innocent Tashobya among others on 18th October at Nagalama Police station.
Gen. Muntu’s campaign started on 14th August hence finalizing this month.