Mr. Kabagambe declares interest to participate in the forthcoming elections


Mr. Kenneth Kabagambe, a member of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party has today picked forms of expression of interest to contest for the Kasese Municipality Parliamentary seat.

Currently, FDC is welcoming her members who are interested in vying for the different elective positions to pick forms so that the party identities potential candidates ahead of the forthcoming 2026 General Elections.

Today afternoon, Mr. Kabagambe thronged the FDC party offices in Kasese town, picked forms, gave them to his supporters for signing and immediately returned them to the party officials.

Kabagambe told the press that he was determined to becoming a Member of Parliament who would represent people’s views but not his personal views.

While receiving the filled forms, Mr. Ronald Bwambale Kabuku, the Kasese District FDC Chairperson, asked the party members to always observe peace, unity and cooperation as they wait for the forthcoming vetting exercise whose date is yet to be communicated.

Mr. Alfred Kule Ikwera, the District FDC party General Secretary revealed that the seat for the Member of Parliament representing Kasese Municipality has so far attracted four people including Robert Franco Centenary, Joseph Mafuguro, Nelson Baluku and Kenneth Kabagambe.

Mr. Saulo Maate, the Rwenzori Sub-regional FDC Commissioner, asked the party members to have love for the party and work for its sustainability.


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