FDC Party Delegates Conference Elects NEC

FDC Party Delegates Conference Elects NEC

Kampala, Uganda | THE BLACK EXAMINER | The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) held its highly anticipated Party Delegates Conference on Friday, October 6, 2023, in what turned out to be a pivotal moment for the party. The conference saw the election of a new National Executive Committee (NEC) to steer the party’s affairs in the coming years.

The newly elected NEC members are as follows:

  1. Eng. Patrick Oboi Amuriat – President
  2. Nathan Nandala Mafabi – Secretary General
  3. Ekanya Geoffrey – Treasurer General
  4. Ajuna Daka – National Mobilizer
  5. John Kikonyogo – Party Spokesperson

Eng. Patrick Oboi Amuriat emerged as the President of the party, a position he held previously. His leadership and commitment to the FDC’s values and goals have earned him the trust of the party’s delegates once again. Eng. Amuriat is expected to lead the party through what promises to be a challenging political landscape.

Nathan Nandala Mafabi, who has a track record of dedicated service within the FDC, was elected as the Secretary General. His experience and expertise are expected to play a vital role in the party’s organizational efforts.

Ekanya Geoffrey, the newly elected Treasurer General, will be responsible for managing the party’s finances and resources, ensuring transparency and accountability.

Ajuna Daka, taking on the role of National Mobilizer, will be at the forefront of rallying support for the FDC across the country, a crucial task as the party seeks to expand its reach.

John Kikonyogo, elected as the Party Spokesperson, will serve as the official voice of the FDC, providing communication and information to the public and media.

The FDC Party Delegates Conference showcased a spirit of unity and determination among the party’s members. Delegates expressed their commitment to the party’s principles and the pursuit of democratic governance in Uganda.

The newly elected NEC members are expected to work closely together to advance the FDC’s agenda, foster internal cohesion, and prepare for upcoming political challenges, including the 2026 general elections. The party remains steadfast in its mission to provide a viable alternative in Uganda’s political landscape and to champion democratic values and principles.

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