FDCs ‘Unstoppable’ Brian Atuheire off the shelves

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NEWS– Flamboyant former Kinkizi West Forum for Democratic Change  (FDC) Parliamentary candidate Brian Atuheire Batenda is off the Bachelor’s shelves after he tied a knot with his longtime lovebird Ms Patricia Nakora.

The two love birds exchanged vows on Saturday 3rd September 2022 at St Andrew’s Church Bukoto and later hosted their guests at Archie’s Gardens in Kampala.

Born 33 years ago in Kabuga village, Kihihi Sub County in Kanungu District, Brian Atuheire is the first born to Muzei Geoffrey and Mary Batenda and a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Ethnobotany from Makerere University.

Brian Atuheire is well known in political circles as ‘Unstoppable’ because of his froloric escapades in his political endeavors while still a student and even when he joined mainstream politics.

“I have been politically active since my High School days and I supported FDC as a 16 year old in 2005 up to date” Atuheire proudly said.

Atuheire tried to contest on FDC ticket in 2016 but was not given the flag by the party and in 2021 when he was cleared, he made his intentions known, although he was defeated by NRM candidate James Ruggi Kaberuka. 

The many top opposition members who attended his wedding reception at Archie’s Gardens take a group picture.

As the then FDC candidate, Atuheire raised the campaign stakes to a level to the extent that President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni once mentioned that he was one of the upcoming politicians as he was well known to be among the ring leaders of student’s strikes at the time.

Atuheire is now the Executive Director of African Initiative on Good Security and Environment a Non Governmental Organisation working to see sustainable security coupled with good  environmental practices minding the future generation.

The wedding reception at Archie Gardens was mainly attended by top opposition leaders that included Forum for Democratic Change founder President Dr Kizza Besigye, and Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu of Alliance for National Transformation.

Others included renowned environmental and human rights activists Godber Tumushabe, former FDC Iron Lady Ingrid Kamateneti Turinawe, Kampala Capital City Authority Deputy Lord Mayor Doreen Nyanjura, and Kitgum Woman Member of Parliament Hon Lilian Aber among many others.