The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) seems to be obsessed and not in good terms with Bobi Wine’s National Unity Platform (NUP) over quite a number of issues that are yet to be known to followers of both parties.

In an early morning tweet sent out by the FDC on twitter, the Nanjanankubi based political lashed out at NUP to get back and be active on twitter because much traffic meant for the Kamwokya based political party is diverted to the FDC.

However, the NUP twitter is reported to have been hacked by the regime apologists who were doing the same to most of Bobi Wine’s linked social media pages especially Ghetto TV during campaigns and their last tweet was made on 04th November 2020.

However this seems not not have gone well with supporters of the National Unity platform who accused the FDC of siding with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who on Monday during the elections of the speaker and Deputy speaker said he has secretly meeting up with some FDC top leaders though NUP is still giving him hard time to penetrate.

The continued attacks particularly on NUP and Bobi Wine come at the backdrop of the hotly contested election of the speaker where NRM’s endorsed candidate Jacob L’okori Oulanyah pulled the win with 310 votes beating Kamuli district women legislator Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga who had been at the helm of the legislature for 10 years as speaker and 10 years as deputy speaker.

In a quite a dramatic turn of events, the FDC’s sponsored candidate Ibrahim Ssemuju Nganda came third with only 15 votes not even equivalent to the number of FDC legislators in the house who are 37. Instead of directing the attacks to the 22 FDC legislators who betrayed their own semujju, FDC is particularly pointing the anger at NUP which is didn’t have a common position in the speakership elections.