Muntu’s ANT party elects Ankole mobilisers

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ANT leaders meeting at Uncle Speed Gardens in Mbarara town

A few weeks after Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu launched his Alliance for National Transformation [ANT at Serena hotel in Kampala, the party has held several meetings across the country on all levels identifying potential members that can push it to another level.

On Wednesday, ANT members of Ankole sub region led by Daniel Kafureka, the Ankole sub region coordinator organised a meeting at Uncle Speed’s Gardens in Kakoba Division Mbarara Municipality.

At the meeting which attracted members from different political parties, they elected a sub region committee that will mobilise for the new party.

Among the members elected is former NRM flag bearer Ruhama constituency in Ntungamo district, Arthur Mpairwe, who was elected as coordinator for professional bodies.

Other members elected are: Monica Akankwatsa will work as deputy coordinator and she will be deputised by Anthony Rutahwire.

Kamugisha Nazario will be in charge of finance as finance administrator.

Research and policy docket has been handed over to Atuhaire Sedrack.

Mwititse Bintabara was elected to handle operations and mobilisation.

Khoi Khoi Orwajumba was elected as Spokesperson and he will be deputised by Catherine Makaru.

Happy Nasasira was elected to coordinate women in sub region and Andrew Katabarwa will handle youth as a youth coordinator.

Business community will be handled by Robert Muhangi and workers will be in hands of Nshemerirwe Nelson.

Rodney Kyankaga was elected as secretary general.

Gilbert Sendugwa was elected to coordinate civil society organisations.

The meeting also elected senior citizens on the sub region committee as it’s stipulated in ANT constitution.

They are; Marry Francis Kabateraine, Richard Muhangi, Levi Mujuni, Arinatwe Geoffrey and Nathan Muhangi.

These senior citizens will help guiding the committee on several issues as well as mobilisation.

Modern & Kashaki will coordinate institution in the sub region.

This interim committee will help the party to mobilise members in ten districts.

While closing the meeting, Kafureka called on citizens to join Alliance for National Transformation Party and to be part of change that is coming soon.

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