Ugandan Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has dismissed allegations that he has been campaigning for the country’s top job saying he “did not go to the struggle because of positions”
Amama revealed this on Saturday morning on social media site twitter during the ‘Ask Thr Prime Minister’ session, an interaction between him and the public.
“I have not campaigned any where (Presidency) and that’s the fact” the prime minister revealed.
His revelation comes days after the country’s president Yoweri Museveni was endorsed as the ruling party’s flag bearer for the 2016 general elections during the party’s retreat in Kyankwanzi, west of the country.
While answering a one H. Ssali who urged him to contest the presidency, the Prime Minister said he will only do what the party assigns him to.
He added that the caucus decision to back Museveni is not final. The final decision will be made by the party organs.