Gen Gregory Mugisha Muntu has Wednesday unveiled leaders of his newly formed Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) political party at Serena hotel in Kampala.
Formed on March 19, 2019, as an opposition political party, ANT will have Muntu as its national coordinator.
Makerere University lecturer Nyanja Musoke will serve as the national deputy coordinator-operations.
Former Serere Woman MP Alice Alaso will serve as the national coordinator-finance and administration.
Martin Okumu will serve as the national coordinator for research and policy.
Christine Abia, a former legislator will be in charge of the national treasury.
The women’s league will be headed by ambassador Edith Ssempala.
Lawyer Wilberforce Seryazi will be the party’s spokesperson deputised by former Observer journalist, journalist Sulaiman Kakaire.
Barbara Allimadi will lead the diaspora affairs desk.
Hannington Basakana is eastern region coordinator, Ssewava Sserubiri central region, Phoebe Acan for northern region and Jackson Wabyoona for the western region coordinator.
Florence Ibi Egwau will be in charge of parliamentary affairs while Abim Matanda is the youth league coordinator.
Eunice Okullo will lead religious affairs, Prossy Naikoba will lead the civil society organisation affairs.
David Mwiruka will lead education, while Dan Mugarura will lead election affairs.
Dan Wandera Ogalo, Dr Munini Munera and Yokas Bihande will be the team of elders to guide the party.
The launch of the party was attended by: Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, Democratic Party (DP) president Norbert Mao, Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) president Jimmy Akena, the Conservative Party’s Ken Lukyamuzi, former leaders of opposition Winifred Kiiza and Prof Morris Ogenga Latigo, Arua Municipality MP Kassiano Wadri and Bugweri County MP Abdu Katuntu.