The Inter-Party Cooperation women league has started night vigils and mourning ceremonies, as part of their activities to cause change and bring peace in Uganda.
Ingrid Turinawe, the FDC head of the women league explains their agenda.
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The women say their campaign is a 400-day movement.
This morning, the group of about 30 women leaders from different parties held a dramatic launch, holding placards urging Ugandan women to wake up and speak about their suffering.
Nyakato Rusoke, a member from Kabarole District, believes that the league will give Ugandan women a voice to talk about the problems that affect them most.
She believes that one doesn't have to be a politician to talk about the women's plight in Uganda.
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The women held red cards and shouted iTime Up!i a message they said was directed to Eng. Badru Kiggundu's Electoral Commission, as well as corrupt officials who abuse their offices.
They addressed the press in several languages to show that they represent the rural woman all over Uganda. English, Runyakitara, Luganda, Lugisu, Swahili and Ateso were some of the languages used.
The league is composed of women party leaders from Conservative Party, Uganda People's Congress, Forum for Democratic Change and JEEMA.
Last week, police deployment aborted an Inter-Party Cooperation demonstration, but Turinawe insists that this didn't scare them.
She adds that this league stands for peace and they will do whatever it takes to achieve it.
The IPC women league says it has no plans for fronting a joint candidate for the 2011 presidential elections.
But Jane Wekabira, from Sironko, vowed to join hands with MP Nandala Mafabi, to bring peace and development to Bugisu.