Uganda’s main opposition party, Forum for the Democratic change has Monday morning announced the resumption of their unsuccessful campaign of weekly prayers beginning tomorrow Tuesday.
Prayers will be held throughout the country at the different party offices.
The announcement was made by Paul Mwiru the deputy party spokesperson during a weekly press briefing at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi.
Mwiru says the prayers will be coordinated by the acting party president Ms Alice Alaso and they are part of the age limit campaigns on addition to the red ribbon strategy.
He added that the prayers are non-partisan and open to all players who would wish to have a peaceful Uganda.
"We are resuming our weekly Tuesday prayers beginning from tomorrow at 10am and they are to be at all our different district offices and these prayers are non-partisan but for those who wish to have a better and peaceful country" Mwiru
“These prayers are to be coordinated by our acting party president Ms Alice Alaso and Sheikh Katuramo the party secretary in charge of religious affairs so we call upon all our local and district leaders to fuel up these prayers" Mwiru added.
Iddi Ouma the party national youth chairperson says that as the legislators go down to the electorates to consult, they too with their youth MP Ana Adeke are to traverse the country meeting the youths for their views. He has however warned the police against disrupting their consultations and their prayers on grounds that they have fulfilled all the constitutional requirements of their programs.
Mwiru has confirmed that all the party presidential candidates have resumed their campaigns but with the ant-age limit message on top of the agenda.