Government rubbishes talk of possible dialogue with Besigye

By Damali Mukhaye.

The government has denied any mediation dialogue between president Yoweri kaguta Museveni and the former presidential candidates of forum for Democratic change Kizza Besigye.

This followed Besigye’s confirming that the talks between him and Museveni are going to transpire to ensure that an external audit into the 2016 presidential election results is conducted by an external body.

Addressing journalists at Uganda media center, the Executive Director media center also deputy spokesperson of the government Ofwono Opondo said that Besigye’s claimed that Museveni and his officials approached him and they agreed to have an audit into elections results and his peaceful exits terming it as drama.

He insists that there is no any mediations that is taking place between Besigye’s and Museveni and that no one from the government has approached Besigye’s for a dialogue.

He also notes that Besigye should come out and explain who approached him for a dialogue because Museveni was announced the president and no one can change.

He also notes that the Swedish government is cited to present their spokesperson as the mediator between the two saying that they want the Swedish government to come out and name who approached them to mediate into the issues of Uganda.

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