Museveni to participate in National political dialogue
The inter religious council together with the elders forum of Uganda have today announced that 21st November this 2018 will be the launch of the long awaited national dialogue conference.
Addressing journalists at the inter religious council offices in Kampala, the chairperson of the council, the mufti of Uganda sheik Ramathan Mubajje says, representatives of all citizens’ stakeholder groups will make three important decisions among them being, setting up a working group that will focus on the agreed dialogue agenda as well as authorize a planned formal nation-wide citizens’ consultations to take place in all the sub regions of the country.
The dialogue expected to be graced by H.E YK. Museveni is to discuss a national consensus on values, diversity, an economy that works for everybody, access to land, service delivery among others.
However, the chairperson of the national elders forum, Justice James Ogoola says, they are only acting as a bridge to shaping the future of the 56 years nation which seems to be heading to dangerous times.
The main objective of the national dialogue is to work for an agreed national consensus to consolidate peace, unity, democracy and inclusive development to achieve equal opportunity for all Ugandans.