Jailed former Presidential Candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye has expressed disgust at the decision by opposition members of Parliament to meet with President Yoweri Museveni and discuss matters concerning him without his knowledge.
Besigye told his guests at Luzira Prison on Thursday that included Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, viagra 60mg http://cheesejaguar.com/wp-admin/includes/ajax-actions.php that the MPs under the Interparty Organization for Dialogue (IPOD) had no right to take his matters to President Museveni without consulting him in the first places.
Lukwago together with the opposition FDC spokesperson Ibrahim Semujju Nganda proceeded to Luzira Prison today to witness the visit of Nakawa Chief Magistrate James Ereemye to the Prison facility.
The chief Magistrate who is handling Dr Besigye’s Treason case said he wanted to check on the living conditions of not just Dr Besigye but all prisoners.
In their chat with Besigye, http://ceris.ca/wp-includes/wp-db.php Lukwago said, http://cgt06.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-sharing-buttons-endpoint.php the former candidate raised concerns about the plea made by members of IPOD to Museveni on his behalf in State House last week. The team of MPs was lead to State House by DP’s Mathias Nsubuga.
The MPs reportedly requested President Museveni to release Dr Besigye together with Nakawa Member of Parliament Hon Michael Kabaziguruka who is also remanded for trying to overthrow government using firearms.
Museveni declined this request saying that pardoning such serious offices would encourage impunity.
“These distinguished leaders of IPOD did not even have courtesy to visit and share with him those issues before pleading for ”a prerogative of mercy,” noted the Lord Mayor.
“My honest and considered view is that the leadership of IPOD should own up to that inadvertent act.”
When confronted with these accusations earlier this week, Hon Nsubuga told reporters that the IPOD team had the full backing of Dr Besigye’s party FDC.