Although she claims she is not against the changes, and that its normal and healthy to change, former leader asserts that she is concerned about the manner in which the changes were being rushed especially when the current tenure of office is expected to elapse in December.
“As of now I wouldn’t want to go into the details of what we want to do, what we intended to do, because am equally speculating like other Ugandans; am only hearing about changes. I am not yet informed about them and I cannot therefore substantively comment about these changes,” she said.
Amuriat, on friday, replaced Ms Kiiza with Gulu Woman MP, Betty Aol Ochan while former was out of the country where she had led a group of MPs for a trip to California.
According to Sources at Najjanankumbi, Ms Winnie Kiiza had been dropped because of her persistent failure to attend meetings at the party headquarters.