Free Uganda Chairman, Gen David Sejusa, is currently meeting Democratic Party officials, according to the latest information.
The meeting is ongoing at the City House party headquarters in Kampala.
Sejusa was reportedly received by DP Secretary General, Mathias Nsubuga, for a top secret meeting.
The subject of discussion is not yet public knowledge.
However, in February 2015, Democratic Party President, Hon Norbert Mao, met Sejusa over the current state of affairs in the country.
The two leaders held a closed meeting which lasted for five hours in which they agreed to hold another meeting “soon to push forward what was discussed.”
The meeting was coordinated by Moses Bigirwa who doubles as the deputy national youth leader DP and FU spokesperson.
Among the key issues discussed was the consolidation of the struggle for freedom and the building of adequate capacity, as well as the necessity for that purpose.
Mao earlier in January asked Sejusa to ensure relevant army support for the opposition if meaningful change is to be achieved in the country.
He said Sejusa was important in the struggle for regime change and that he could rally army support for the opposition.
Today’s meeting then confirms the follow-up meeting Mao and Sejusa agreed on back in February.
Also worth noting is that Sejusa and his allies have formed another Platform to Rescue Uganda (PRU) aimed at fighting what they termed as the current dictatorship.
Former Presidential advisor, Nasser Ntege Ssebagala aka Seya, is part of this new platform.