Stella Nyanzi Officially Joins FDC
Controversial Makerere University professor Stella Nyanzi has officially joined the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party.
Stella Nyanzi registered for the party’s membership during the inauguration of new president Patrick Amuriat.
On Friday, Amuriat took oath as the new FDC president.
FDC is Uganda’s largest opposition political party.
In his inauguration speech, Amuriat vowed not to massage the ‘dictatorship’ of three-decade president Yoweri Museveni.
NYANZI ON JOINING FDC
Nyanzi said she was desperate for change.
“After much thought, I have joined the Forum for Democratic Change immediately after the swearing in ceremony of the new party president. I am very desperate for change in Uganda,” she said.
Nyanzi said FDC was the party that she hoped would end Museveni rule.
“FDC is the political party where I find true fellowship with people invested in ousting Museveni and ending the military dictatorship.”
She has since rallied Ugandans to join FDC.
“I summon all Ugandans committed to regime change to come end the year in style by joining the FDC! There is a lot of work to be done.”
Nyanzi has severally praised former party president and Museveni’s four-time challenger Dr Kizza Besigye.
In fact, forces in FDC throughout her woes — including her offensive communication case against Museveni and first lady Janet, where she was accused of referring to the former as a pair of bu**ocks.