By Sandra Birungi
Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) spokesperson, Wafula Oguttu has urged the army to change the day for celebrating the Tarehe Sita Day saying the day reminds so many of the blood shed which occurred on the day way back on February 6, 1981.
Tarehe Sita day commemorates the first armed attack on Kabamba barracks, starting a five-year guerrilla war which ended with the overthrow of the Obote government on January 26, 1986 by the NRM government.
This year’s celebrations are going to take place in Arua district under the Theme for the 2013 Terehe Sita celebration is ‘The Vanguard of National Transformation in Solidarity for Regional Peace and Integration’.
Mr. Oguttu said that the blood shed is still alive in many people’s minds.