By Sylvia Kugonza
The former FDC president Musgisha Muntu has launched his second national wide consultative meeting in the six districts that make up Toro region including Kabarole,Bundibugyo, Kyegegwa, Ntoroko, Kamwenge,Bunyangabu and Kyenjojo.
According to Muntu, the consultative meetings are aimed at the current and historical perspective of the mult-party politics in Uganda.
In the meeting attended by all parties, FDC, NRM, DP and independents,a speaker after speaker urged Muntu to form his own political party which can allow him to stand for presidency come 2023.
The people who looked to be disappointed, said that they not happy the way how FDC party leaders are running the party. The angry people said that Muntu should be on the presidential ballot paper if not they will be forced to move out from FDC.
In his response angrily Muntu said that he will make his final decision after his country wide consultative meetings.
However Muntu added that he will be forced to make a decision if FDC members fail to solve internal misunderstandings and promote unity.
Gen.Mugisha Muntu lost the hot contested FDC presidential elections to former Kumi Mp Patrick Oboi Amuriat.
During the highly divisive poll, Amuriat appeared along with former presidential candidate; Dr. Kiiza Besigye at various campaign rallies and meetings.
Source:www.mknewslink.com; a western Uganda News website.