One of the founders of National Unity Reconciliation and Development Party (NURP) that was renamed as National Unity Platform (NUP) Moses Nkonge Kibalamu wants to regain ownership of the party.
Kibalamu sold the party to People Power principal Bobi Wine alias Robert Ssetamu.
According to Moses Kibalamu Nkonge, Hon Robert Kyagulanyi and his people didn’t follow the agreement they made while handing him the party.
One of them was Bobi Wine not to own the party but only become a member of the party which he has failed to do.
Moses Kibalamu said he wants the agreement he made with Bobi Wine cancelled so that he gets full control of his party again.
“We want our party (NUP) back. I didn’t give Hon Kyagulanyi a responsibility to own the party as he goes around saying he is the president of the party. We made an agreement with them to only be members of the party not the owners and that’s why I now want the agreement we made cancelled and I get full control of my party.” Moses Nkonge Kibalamu said.
Moses Kibalamu formed this National Unity Reconciliation and Development Party (NURP) party in 2004 but later allowed it to be changed to National Unity Platform (NUP) in December 2020.
NUP Spokes person Joel Senyonyi said they are going to sit with Moses Kibalamu and forge away forward.