Kyadondo East member of parliament Robert Kyagulanyi also known as Bobi Wine has said he is ready for dialogue with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni over the people power movement.
Kyagulanyi stated that he has no problem meeting president Museveni but added that several people have expressed their grievances to him but has been ignored by the president.
Kyagulanyi added that what he is ready to present the people views to the president if given the the opportunity to do so because several people are yearning for functional institutions.
Kyagulanyi however expresses skepticism that any change would come now from any such dialogue, claiming that the president already knows the problems of Ugandans but he chooses to remain silent.
Kyagulanyi who is expected to team up with Forum for Democratic Change former party president General Mugisha Muntu in formation of new political party is one of the vocal critics of president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni who rule for the last thirty years.
Several members of public led by the Civil Society Organisations have called on president Museveni to hold dialogue with opposition members in order to foster growth and stability in the country.
President Museveni recently said that those who want to take power from should prepare their manifestos and convince the masses to vote for them instead of using violence.