Without mentioning Amuriat by name or directly referring to any change, Muntu said time always tells whether leaders stick to what they say.
In a tweet, Muntu wrote: “I believe in time. It doesn’t matter who you are; pope or pauper, president or resident. Time will always reveal who you really are. In the end, what we say, however passionately we say it, time always tells if we have walked the talk.”
An FDC insider told Nile Post that Muntu could be referring to some of the pronouncements made by Amuriat before he became party president.
In the aftermath Amuriat was vocal against FDC appointing opposition leaders to parliament saying since FDC had “won the election” therefore it could not be have a leader of opposition.
Yesterday, he went against this and made changes in the party’s leadership in parliament.