Presidential aspirant, Amama Mbabazi, has also left The Democratic Alliance [TDA] meeting ongoing at Naguru and headed home.
The first to leave was Kizza Besigye who according to TDA spokesperson, Wafula Oguttu, had another meeting.
Besigye first addressed the meeting before heading out.
Amama too has made his presentation and left.
“I have just made a presentation and now I’m going home,” he told press outside TDA offices.
He said more will be revealed in his detailed presentation tomorrow.
He said the rest is up to Oguttu.
Asked whether the officials may be prompted to vote, Amama said “the Protocol is adequate but if the summit feels it necessary to change, they can do so.”
Meanwhile, Norbert Mao, another contender says told journalists “it’s a four-horse race” without explaining what he meant.
However, those at the scene say the DP president was “excited and belching” at the same time.
Yet, TDA still has not reached a decision.
Officials have resumed the meeting to reach a final decision.