President of the Opposition Forum for Democratic Change Gen Mugisha Muntu has Monday come out to dismiss reports that his being wooed back by the National Resistance Movement.
The claims were made last week by Eng. Hilary Onek, recipe http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader.php the Minister for relief and disaster preparedness at the burial of former MP Charles Willy Ekemu, saying that Gen Muntu was being sweet-talked by the ruling party
Commenting on the minister’s remarks, Gen Muntu told reporters yesterday that Onek was trying to deflect what he had earlier in his remarks said that NRM should use the little time they have to work for Ugandans and that if they failed FDC would move in and get the country back on track.
“No one has approached me from government to give me such suggestions” he said.
Muntu added that at every turning point he makes conscious decisions and stands by them.
“I am no opportunist; when I make my decisions, I stand by them because I follow conviction and with time being my best friend it will prove them wrong”
Mugisha Muntu, a former army commander, MP and Minister served in the resistance that that ushered in the current NRM regime, before he broke ties and joined his former comrade Col Dr Kizza Besigye in the leading opposition party FDC, where he is now serving as president.