Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has advised Government to come up with a clear policy on sourcing, website like this http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-defaults.php vetting and seconding Ugandan citizens for international job opportunity.
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Nganda told press that lack of a clear policy on selecting candidates for international jobs has left all this responsibility to President who often times has not made the right choices.
“FDC believe that there ought to be a policy for seconding, campaigning and selecting Ugandans not only for African Union jobs but for all international jobs,” Nganda said.
He noted that the policy must explain who and how one becomes a candidate, who participates in helping you become a candidate whether or not you are serving in government.
“You all remember Olara Otunnu when he was under secretary of the UN and he wanted to become the Secretary General but Uganda refused to nominate and sponsor him.”
Semujju revealed that the party’s Parliamentary committee will table the matter before the house to be debated upon.
If possible he says, such jobs should be officially announced by the Foreign Affairs ministry and applied for by candidates.
Nganda noted that it was not by surprise that many Ugandans were opposed and de-campaigned Kazibwe’s candidature owning to her unpleasant track record in her previous offices.