Police raids FDC offices, takes chairs


Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) says police has raided its offices in Luweero town and confiscated their chairs.

“It is in Luweero that police has confiscated our chairs as we gathered for prayers, like everyone across the country, today,” the party said in a statement.

FDC supporters on Tuesday held prayers across the country as part of their “Free my vote”.

The campaign includes the boycott of NRM activities and anything to do with President Museveni.

Every Thursday, FDC officials and their supporters stay in their homes in protest of Kizza Besigye’s house arrest.

On Tuesdays, they gather at FDC offices and pray for the country.

FDC party president Mugisha Muntu and other party officials in prayers at Najjanankumbi headquarters.

“Non-violent campaigns are powerful, they leave egg on the police’s face,” the party statement said.

It however said the prayers in Luweero were marred by police interference.

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