A group of people calling themselves the Buganda mobilisers have labeled Forum for Democratic Party President, Kiiza Besigye a weak leader who has plunged the party into a state of uneasiness.
The group met the party president at the FDC headquarters in Najjanankumbi. The visibly enraged elders accused Besigye's leadership of nepotism, tribalism, vote rigging and out-right segregation of the Baganda.
Thomas Kajumba, a former Reform Agenda chairperson for Kiboga, says Besigye has created a power vacuum, following the death of the party chairman Dr. Suleiman Kiggundu.
Kajumba argues that it was wrong to leave the post vacant when people like Beti Kamya expressed interest in the position.
The visibly angry mobilisers many of who were members of the Reform Agenda argued that blocking Kamya from taking the party leadership, was indicative of Besigye's calculated plan to annihilate the Baganda from the FDC party.
Sam Kalule, a mobliser from Kawempe South urged Besigye to form a committee that will be tasked with the responsibility of wooing Betty Kamya back into the FDC party.
During the meeting Dan Muwonge surprised Besigye when he claimed that they had not elected Sarah Eperu in Nakawa division as their chairperson.
Joseph Jingo, another mobliser urged Besigye to cancel the FDC grass root elections in Kampala, saying they were flawed. According to Jjingo the grass root elections in Kampala should have been stayed until the internal wrangles are resolved to ensure all party members participate.
Later Justin Jjuko appealed to Kiiza Besigye to ensure the party comes out of it's currently crisis.
Earlier Besigye read the mobilisers different documents showing the party's positions on different issues including the party's stand on Beti Kamya calling on her reconsider her resignation.
Besigye said that FDC party leaders were clamoring for positions in the party without doing much work.
Besigye challenged the mobilisers to go to Parliament and see how many of FDC Members of Parliament attend the proceedings where important issues are discussed.