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The long awaited Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) political party has officially been launched today, Wednesday 22nd at the Serena International Conference Centre.

Mugisha Muntu at the launch of the new party ANT

The launch started at exactly 10:30am with a prayer and the new party spokesperson; Mr. Wilberforce Seryazi being the official MC.

He unveiled the Alliance for National Transformation party National Coordinators who will be led by Maj. General (RTD) Gregory Mugisha Muntu until the party calls for occupants of other substantiative positions.

The ANT unveiled its official logo and colours which will include: purple, orange, red and white as the official party colours.

Spokesperson Wilberforce Seryazi noted that each of these colours will indicate a particular aspect in the struggle.

“Purple will symbolise peace, quality and devotion to the party and country, Orange symbolises determination, creativity and bringing transformational strength and endurance, Red shows determination and brotherhood love plus unity of all Ugandans while White shows that we are the light and goodness assurance of safety and clinliness,” Mr. Wilberforce said at the launch.

Hon. Upendo Peneza Furaha, the leader of the National Youth Assembly of Tanzania and member of the CHEDEMA party in Tanzania called upon the ANT to allow youth to favourably compete within the party as this is the only way the party will be able to practice what they preach.

She commended the unity expressed within the opposition as several members of Parliament from the opposition where in attendance.

Notably among the members of Parliament that were in the audience was Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi who represents Kyadondo East, Former Leader of Opposition Winnie Kizza, Hon. Kasiano Wadri, Hon. Gerald Karuhanga among others.

In his speech, Major General Mugisha Muntu said that Ugandans should tighten their seat belts as the ANT is going to walk in every corner of this country with effect from next week in efforts to popularise the party.

He said that power must not continue to be invested in individuals who later turn out to dictators but it should be invested in institutions.

” Power must be invested in institutions not individuals. We will do a lot to ensure that the executive power is reduced. Judiciary power must be increased and people must be empowered and we will make sure that this is not a one man show,” Muntu said.

He said that following their nation wide consultations, they found out that the spirits of Ugandans have been crushed and many have lost hope in politicians and the ANT will do everything possible to lift the spirits of Ugandans before anything else.

The party offices will be at Buganda Road, Plot 87 near Case Medical Center. Interested members can subscribe for membership online; https:/bit.ly/2wmottgV

The Interim Committee

National Coordinators

National Coordinator: – Major Gen. (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu

Finance and Administration: Hon. Alice Alaso

Deputy National Coordinator Operations and mobilisation; Mr. Nyanja Musoke

Religious Affairs: Eunice Okullo

Civil Society: – Prossy Naikoba

In Charge of workers: Siraji Nsanja

Research and Policy: Okumu Martin

Electoral Coordinator: Dan Mugarura

Educational Institutions: David Bala Mwiruka

Regional Coordinators

Central Region: Owek. Sewava Serubiri

Western Region: Jackson Wabyona

Eastern Uganda: Hannington Basakana

Northern Uganda: Ms. Ochan Phoebe

National Treasurer
Hon. Christine Abia Bako

Deputy Treasurer: Ismail B.

Spokesperson

Mr. Wilberforce Seryazi

Deputy Spokesperson: Sulaiman Kakaire

Coordinator Parliament Affairs

Hon. Ekwau Florence

International and diaspora Affairs

Barbara Allimadi

Team of elders
Hon. Yokasi Bihande Bwambale
Hon. Dan Wandera
Hon. Munini Mulera

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