FDC Najjanankumbi executive faces scrutiny four months into term

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FDC Najjanankumbi executive faces scrutiny four months into term
Nandala Mafabi and Patrick Amuriat lead the Najjanankumbi FDC faction.

The executive, tasked with reuniting the FDC, expanding party structures, and preparing for the 2026 general elections, has faced criticism for achieving less than expected.

KAMPALA | Since assuming office as the newly elected Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) executive leaders four months ago, promises made during their election campaign seem to have been overshadowed by internal rifts and minimal progress.

The executive, tasked with reuniting the FDC, expanding party structures, and preparing for the 2026 general elections, has faced criticism for achieving less than expected.

While some members remain optimistic about the party's future prospects, political analysts argue that reconciliation within the Najjanankumbi leadership is crucial for the party's revival.

Geoffrey Ekanya, tTreasurer of Najjanankumbi-based FDC, acknowledges the time spent on reconciliation efforts but remains hopeful for the future.

However, the Katonga faction, led by Francis Mwijukye, asserts that reconciliation is impossible without the contested leaders stepping down.

Political analyst Gerald Walulya emphasises the necessity for the Najjanankumbi leadership to step aside for reconciliation to occur, warning that without this, FDC's strength will continue to dwindle.

The spotlight is on the Najjanankumbi executive as questions arise about the fulfillment of their promises and the lack of progress within the party.

With the Katonga faction closing doors to reconciliation, analysts urge leaders like Patrick Amuriat (FDC president) and Nathan Nandala Mafabi (secretary general) to consider stepping down for the greater good of the party.

As the FDC Najjanankumbi executive faces scrutiny, the path to unity and progress within the party remains uncertain.

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