For this reason, FDC has suspended all its mobilization activities in the Northern region to join the mourners there.
While speaking to the media during a news conference, Patrick Oboi Amuriat informed the public that the party will fully participate in all ceremonies leading to the burial of the fallen speaker.
FDC has therefore procrastinated their 8-day political program to Northern Uganda.
“We, therefore, wish to announce the postponement of our 8-day political program to Northern Uganda,” said Amuriat.
Amuriat expressed his disappointment in the health system of Uganda. He says it’s unfortunate that Oulanyah has joined the league of prominent people who have died abroad due to health issues.
He, therefore, called upon the government to put the necessary resources for a better health system.
“This necessitates the constant call on the NRM government to put resources into the improvement of health facilities in the country,” he said.
Meanwhile, the discussions for the burial arrangements of the fallen Speaker are underway already. The minister of ICT and National Guidance, Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, said the government is set to meet Oulanyah’s family to discuss the preparations.
“We have to accord the speaker a decent burial. We urge fellow countrymen and women to continue praying for the members of the deceased’s family.”
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