Buhweju Member of Parliament Francis Mwijukye has described parliament and police as the most unpopular institutions in the country, only serving selfish interests.
According Mwijukye, a member of the main opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party, most of the legislators in parliament are only looking out for themselves and not serving their constituents as they pledged in the February 2016 elections.
“If you ask me of the most unpopular institutions in Uganda, I will tell you Parliament and police. It is in Parliament where people are looking at what side of bread is buttered and where you can get money to buy voters in the next election,” said Mwijukye on Saturday while addressing university students at Grand Holiday Hotel in Mbarara town in Mbarara District.
The inter-university dialogue with FDC leadership was organised and hosted by Bishop Stuart University students- FDC chapter.
The meeting was to address issues of why FDC which is the main opposition party in the country has not captured power given its strength and several years after its inception.