FDC Fires MP Anywar
By Stuart Yiga
The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has finally fired the Kitgum FDC leaning Woman legislator Beatrice Atim Anywar, from the position of Deputy Treasurer Fundraising, a position she has held since the party’s delegate’s conference.
In their new appointments, FDC has not included MP Anywar. The committee also made some new appointments of about eighteen (18) positions, all of whom are deputies.
Deputy for education, Sports and arts, has been given to Florence Ibi who lost in the EALA race, deputy information and Publicity given to Jinja East legislator Paul Mwiru, Deputy Ethics, Culture and religious affairs, given to Sandra Ngabo wife to Pastor David Happy Ngabo, among others.
Roland Ndyamugenyi is acting in now acting in Anywar’s capacity before the party’s legal team resolves to review their laws to ascertain whether the NEC can elect in Anywar’s position before a delegates conference is convened or not.
Others who have eaten big in the new changes include; Elizabeth Abong (labor and pension), Amina Atako (deputy environment and natural resources), Namutamba Zanubiah (deputy health), Birungi Ozo (deputy international and regional affairs), Susan Noruma Otai (deputy post conflict resolutions and construction), MP. Edmund Ariko (deputy mobilization-East), Kasiano Wadri (deputy mobilization-North), MP. Yokasi Bihande (deputy mobilization-west), Namwhiri Fellister (deputy works), Babrah Agnerowth (deputy transport and communication), Martin Byomuhangi (deputy local government, deputy defense, security and internal affairs), MP. Ochola Steven (deputy trade, industry, economy and investment) and Noah Mukwanah (deputy persons with disabilities).