Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago swears in as FDC Deputy President

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In the structural organization that has taken place at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, FDC has appointed new members to the National executive committee with Erias Lukwago Omuloodi being among the top notables.

Lukwago who joined the party less than a year ago has climbed the party hierachy by the virtue of being a big opposition political figure.

Lukwago appointment came after the resolution from the National Executive Committee (NEC) meetings number 216 of August 13th 2021 and number 217 of September 10th 2021 approving him as acting party deputy president (Buganda) replacing Owek. Joyce Nabbosa Ssebugwawo who crossed the the NRM and accepted a Minsiterial appointment.

The National Executive Committee also approved appointment of Soroti District Woman MP Hon. Anna Adeke Ebaju as acting deputy president (East) replacing Hon. Taaka Kevina.

The meeting also approved Hon. Hassan Kaps Fungaroo acting Secretary Mobilization replacing Ms Ingrid Turinawe Kamateneti. Mr. Dan Muwonge was approved acting secretary for presidency replacing Mr. Ismail Ssempijja and Hajji Obed Kamulegeya was approved acting secretary culture, religion and ethics replacing Sheik Muhammad Hood Katuramu.

NEC also approved deputy secretaries appointed by the FDC President as per the FDC Constitution.

They are;
Hon. Steven Ochora, Serere district LC 5 chairman (deputy secretary mobilization East)
Dr. Okello Ekwaro (deputy secretary mobilization North).
Ms. Suzan Nanyonjo (deputy secretary culture, religion and ethics)
Mr. Hamis Walusimbi Musoke (deputy secretary environment and natural resources)
Mr. Moses Okwera Mugisha (deputy secretary agriculture)
Hon. Florence Kabugho, Woman MP Kasese (deputy secretary post conflict and reconstruction)
Mr. Makhoha Sam (deputy secretary international and regional affairs).
The new will be sworn in today. Those that are not available, will be sworn in at the next sitting of NEC.

FDC says theese changes are some of the measures aimed at strengthening the party to see that they can take power come 2026.


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