Muntu’s alliance to transition into a political party

By Robert Segawa

Former party president for Forum for Democratic change will officially launch his new political party Alliance for National Transformation ( ANT) on 22nd May 2019 ( Wednesday) at Serena Hotel Kampala according to police.

Police confirmed that they received a letter from the retired Maj Gen. Gregory Mugisha Muntu’s Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) notifying them about the two upcoming events and requesting for security.

Addressing the media at Naguru, the Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says that they have already approved ANT’s two activities slated for May 21st at Nsambya and 22nd May this year at Serena Hotel.

The Alliance is set to be launched on May 22nd 2019 at Serena Hotel in Kampala as a political party before meeting its promoters and members on May 21st at Nsambya Sharing Hall.

Enanga said that it’s true police received a letter from the members of Alliance for National Transformation asking for security during their procession at Nsambya.

He added that the inspector general of police Okoth Martin Ochola will provide necessary security and make sure that road user’s are not affected during the launch.

However, Enanga appeals to ANT’s leadership, supporters and Members to ensure they organise peaceful and violence activities .

On 25 September 2018 former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party president Gen Gregory Mugisha Muntu announced that he had quit the party he helped found in 2004.

During a press briefing at Hotel Africana Gen Mugisha Muntu promised to launch the new formation before the December 25, [2018].

Gen Muntu was accompanied by former FDC secretary general Alice Alaso, party elder Sewava Serubiri and the newly elected Arua Municipality MP Kassiano Wadri.