Joel Ssenyonyi said the NRM is to blame for all the challenges NUP has gone through recently.
“If it walks and barks like a dog, it is a dog. At first, they said they don’t have Kibalama. Then they said they have him. We see the state’s fingers in all this.” Ssenyonyi said.
On the other hand, NRM’s Richard Todwong said NUP should have taken more time to organize before coming up with an idea to contest state power.
“In NRM, we see NUP in the state of learning. They should organize themselves.
We didn’t see the members of Kibalama’s party coming out to say they are okay with a merger with People Power.” Todwong said.
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