By our reporter
Former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party President Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu has started to lay a road-map which will enable him quit the party.
According to Muntu, two weeks back, the majority of party delegates chose to take only one direction and that is ‘defiance’ yet for him he believes in a multi pronged approach.
In a statement issued on Sunday, he wondered if the majority party members would allow the minority with a different ideology to amicably vacate the party and carry out the things they firmly believe in as a way of strengthening the opposition rather than weakening the internal cohesion.
Muntu says starting 15th January, his team will carry out national and sub region consultations as a move to institutionalize the country’s politics.
He says the consultations are not to superimpose an already determined outcome but instead to move ahead in the hope that they will come out of the process stronger, more united in the purpose and clearer on what path they should take.
“We do not seek to superimpose an already determined outcome to these consultations. Instead, we plan to move ahead in the hope that we all will come out of the process stronger, more united in purpose and clearer on which path(s) we each should take,” said Muntu.
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