Presidential candidate Patrick Oboi Amuriat of the Forum For Democracti Change (FDC) party has been seen evacuating an injured Uganda soldier from a nasty accident scene after the patrol car chasing the candidate overturned.
Three police officers and two Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) officers were on Monday seriously injured after their patrol car that was pursuing the Presidential candidate overturned. This prompted the opposition candidate to stop and help evacuate the security members that were chasing him.
“Sad news one of the patrols that was chasing Presidential Candidate Patrick Oboi Amuriat ( POA) got an accident injuring three police officers and two UPDF officers and our team had to help in evacuating the Victims,” the FDC said via its official social media accounts.
The FDC, which has for more than five times fielded a candidate to contest against Incumbent President Yoweri Museveni, have miserably failed and in some instances claimed victory in the polls.
Under this ongoing campaign, the FDC says, it is “in the final Liberation Phase of removing dictatorship from Uganda and restore the true Spirit of One Uganda, One People.”
The party also claims it aspires to offer Ugandans a brand of political and public service leadership that is transformative, selfless, and patriotic.
“We are committed to pursue policies that make growth more inclusive, create new, decent and well-paying jobs, dramatically improve the quality of public service delivery and strengthen citizenship,” the party says in its rally for support.
On Thursday, Presidential Candidate Patrick Oboi Amuriat (POA) was stopped from accessing Kyegegwa Town Council but by defiance POA is campaigning in Kyegegwa town council.
Candidate Patrick Oboi is known to dress up in suits but does not wear shoes as a sign of protest to government. For being bear feet, the candidate is drawing large crowds all coming to take a glimpse of this man.
On Monday, he stopped by Kibuye Market in Kyegegwa District to buy food and the Vendors were very happy to See the barefoot President.