On Thursday at the party headquarters, Najjanankumbi, Wasswa Birigwa, the FDC national chairperson, said the party will continue with the campaigns as a way of finding a solution to the country’s challenges.

“I believe that we shall continue to fight. We shall be arrested and when we are arrested, another person will takeover because this is not only for the presidential candidates, this is a move for the people of Uganda to be liberated,” he said.

“As our candidate approaches an area, automatically he attracts people. We don’t call them, they come from all corners because they want to see their candidate,” he said.

This comes as other opposition presidential candidates suspended their campaigns until the FDC’s Patrick Oboi Amuriat and National Unity Platform’s Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu are released from police custody.