Former army commander, Gen. Mugisha Muntu on Saturday afternoon declared himself a principled leader with no biased feelings.
The Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president said no matter the challenges faced he does not take chance of emotional feelings in leadership.
“Many of Uganda’s politicians sometimes consider emotions and personal feelings to which I don’t take chances for and this has hindered our democratic leadership for development,” Gen. Muntu Oyera noted.
The FDC presidential aspirant made the expressions while during the delegates meeting at Emerald Hotel, Kampala.
While at the gathering, he gave a few among the many examples evident for his genuinely unbiased system of leadership rendered ever since party president.
Explaining non emotional system executed, “there were a number of youths that thought being marginalised and wanted to peddle Joy Ssebugwawo, Rubaga mayor and vice chairperson FDC,” Gen. Muntu noted talking about helping his non supporters.
Other people he supported though they never supported him include; Honourables, Nadala Mafabi, Godfrey Ekanya, Amuriat Oboi.
Gen. Mugisha Muntu Oyera became FDC party president since November 22nd, 2012 when he was declared winner defeating his nearest opponent then Hon. Nathan Nandala Mafabi by 32 votes.
He further argued opposition leaders “not to take the party for granted” perhaps the whole world “trusts and believes” in FDC for Uganda’s forth political governance.
In his opinion, mixed feelings and emotions for political leadership “will cause any leader error in decision making,” if he or she doesn’t withdraw the behavior.
He further added that people may prefer or dislike a leader on personal reasons however encourages civilians to “keep focused on skills and capabilities” of any aspiring leader.
Progressing his campaign, Gen. Mugisha Muntu is in the party presidential race with Hon. Mubarak Munyagwa, Hon. Patrick Oboi Amuriat, Moses Byamugisha and Malcom Mastiko.