According to NUP , there are efforts initiated by Ambassadorial delegates to have both President Museveni and his fiercest challenger in the January poll Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu to sit down for talks.
NUP spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi confirmed the party has received suggestions for dialogue with Museveni. However, Ssenyonyi said accepting to speak to Museveni, there must be something personal between both sides which is not there.
“There are people who try to reach out but we have consistently said there is nothing personal between Kyagulanyi and Museveni that they have to iron out. These are matters of the country; so, if there is going to be any kind of talks, it must be by Ugandans and about Uganda,” Ssenyonyi said
“We are not interested in talks with Museveni if the aim is to throw money here and there or positions. Him saying he will drive and meet us wherever we will be, we are not interested in such an arrangement that doesn’t involve all Ugandans,” He added.