2021 polls: UPC under Peter Walubiri tells members to submit their particulars


Isaah Otto Amiza and his party president Peter Walubiri during a press conference last year in Kampala. File photo.

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Kampala—24, June 2020: Ahead of the 2021 scientific elections, different political aspirants, political parties are now getting busy in preparation for the first ever type of election in the country.

Like other political parties, Uganda Peoples Congress (UPC) under the other leadership of Peter Mukidi Walubiri, as party president, on Tuesday issued a general circular No. 001/2020.

In the circular, dated 23, June 2020 to all party members under the title 2021 GENERAL ELECTIONS—EXPRESSION OF INTEREST, all UPC members who intend to contest in the 2021 general elections at Parliamentary and local government levels are requested to send an expression of interest by giving their particulars…

“….in case of presidential candidates, parliamentary candidates and local council candidates to the Secretary General, Ishaa Otto Amiza, email: amizaotto@gmail.com and in case of all other local government positions to their respective district chairpersons. The information should be forwarded not later than 30, June 2020 to enable the party arrange party primaries,” says Mr Walubiri.

“All intending candidate are also advised to clear their papers with UNEB and National Council for Higher education as per the Electoral Commission deadline.”

“Please address all inquiries to the Secretary General,” he added.

Soon after Walubiri camp released a circular Tuesday morning in Kampala, UPC party under Jimmy James Michael Akena Obote, who’s also the Lira Municipality MP, says it will also issue its roadmap Wednesday (today).

UPC Media Advisory reads: “This is to inform and invite members of the media to attend the Party Press Conference to be addressed by the Secretary General Hon. Fred Ebil Ebil as he unveils the party’s road map at party Headquarters Uganda House, 6th floor on Wednesday 24th June 2020 at 11am.”

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