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Oguttu says if one has a percentage in the national vote, they qualify to have representation in the House and the party can chose anybody including a Party President.
The occasion was graced by FDC Party President, Mugisha Muntu, former LOP Ogenga Latigo, DP Party President, Norbert Mao, JEEMA President, Asuman Basalirwa, civil society and the Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga.
However, Speaker Kadaga asked the political party leaders to avoid involving her in party misunderstandings because they disrupt her from doing her work.
Speaking without resolve, the Speaker revealed that she has been waiting for the electoral reforms from both sides of NRM and opposition but they seem to be dragging.
The function was, however, missed by many opposition figures including; Wafula’s predecessor, Nathan Nandala Mafabi, former Government Assurance Chairman, Odonga Otto, who recently attacked Muntu and rejected to take the new positions of Shadow Internal Affairs
Others included; Josinto Ogwal, Betty Aol Ochan and Akello Franca.