The MP for Kampala Central, Muhammad Nsereko, has said the level of selfishness in the opposition will lead to its eventual death.
Appearing on NBS TV Morning Breeze show today morning, Nsereko said some players in the opposition are doing everything to hurt one another instead of uniting for a common goal.
“There is no way you can achieve change when you are inward looking . You don’t contest against yourselves in a national election. No single political party in opposition can go it alone,”he said.
According to Nsereko, the inter party fights will hurt the opposition and lead to more entrenchment of the ruling party.
“Besigye has given people a blank cheque.He has been telling us you can’t win through elections. He has given those who don’t agree a challenge to prove him wrong,”he said.
On the issues regarding the forthcoming elections, Nsereko said the Electoral Commission is under test adding that the moment Ugandans lose trust in the electoral process, they will opt for other alternatives.
He said if the EC wanted to exhibit fairness, it could have released the academic documents of President Museveni, as one lawyer had demanded, within 24hours.
He said he doesn’t expect free and fair elections in the forthcoming general because everything is under the control of President Museveni.
“Imagine you are going for a match and the person that appoints the referee is the president of one of the clubs,”he said.
“Will the referee be fair?”