Professor Ogenga Latigo, commenting on the post-election situation in Uganda, says one cannot tell if the country is celebrating or in grief.
Ogenga says the problem in this country is where governance fails to work.
In a Twitter session running under the hashtag #AskOgengaLatigo, the professor said the only solution between opposition and government.
“Dialogue should be between the members of FDC and NRM, not Military and Police.”
He said there must be an engagement between President Museveni and Kizza Besigye for the better of this country which is possible.
Ogenga says the dialogue depends on both the members of FDC and NRM but not the military and police.
On a unity government, Ogenga says, constitutionally, alliances are forged in the political party stage.
“I don’t think there’s a crisis that stops us from having a unity government.”
Ogenga says Electoral Commission doesn’t have any excuse for not delivering voting materials early in Kampala.
He says voting materials in Agago arrived late but they managed to vote after 8am.
“The common man feels cheated and ugly at how the Electoral Commission carried out the whole process.”
According to him, if the election was fair, why would government worry about the loser?