Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has denied ever exiting the Interparty Organization for Dialogue (IPOD) despite their earlier claims that they would not engage in the activities before amendments of the current Memorandum of Understanding.
In July the party through the spokesperson, website like this http://creamiicandy.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-formatting-functions.php Ibrahim Semuju Nganda told the media that the party working committee had resolved to vote out of IPOD since the organization was no longer in existence and relevant.
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“To avoid confusion within IPOD following issues that you all know, approved http://chicagoarchitecture.org/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php FDC will be out and will not participate in any activities other than working towards the restructuring and reconstituting the organization, cheap http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/class-smtp.php ” Nganda said.
However, the party Deputy Secretary General, Harold Kaija was on Thursday spotted in an IPOD meeting with UPC president Jimmy Akena at Uganda House, an activity that was not intended to restructure the MOU.
Asked why he was still engaged in IPOD activities yet his party had opted out of IPOD, Kaija denied his party ever leaving IPOD.
“We only said we had some reservations that needed to be addressed; there is a program of reviewing the MOU of IPOD. In that forum we are making sure that all our concerns as political parties are brought on board to come up with an MoU that is acceptable by all parties,” Kaija responded.
“It’s not that we don’t want IPOD but we want an IPOD that is strong and works to benefit the people of Uganda.”
FDC accused IPOD members then, of meeting President Museveni at State House where they made a call for the release of presidential candidate, Kiiza Besigye who was in prison them.