The Electorate Determines the Outcome

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The Electorate Determines the Outcome

On Tuesday, 13 April 2021, the Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) post-election review workshop took place in the Acholi region. The venue was the St. Monica’s grounds, where members in attendance expressed passion and commitment to a values-based government. Member brainstormed on coordination, communication, branding, structure of the partner, and membership. During the workshop, James Mongi was confirmed as the subregional coordinator for Acholi.


The Education Institutions Coordinator, Mr. Bala David Bwiruka represented the National Coordinator in welcoming members present, setting the workshop objectives and giving the national overview of ANT’s performance.


Presidential Candidate Mugisha Muntu, who was also present at the workshop thanked members for standing on the party ticket and for their commitment to continue cultivating a values-based politics amongst the people of Acholi, towards a values-based government in the country. He encouraged members to continue mobilising and attract Ugandans who believe in the same.


“The justice that is offered based on those who have more money is enough motivation to ignite our own responsibility to change the government,” Gen. Mugisha Muntu said.


In reference to the private sector, Gen. Muntu pointed to the efficiency in the sector which is managed by Ugandans. “How then is it that there is a disconnect between Ugandans who run the private sector and the public sector?”


He noted that it is now is not the time to give up. “We must go on and attract fellow Ugandans with similar beliefs who are ready to make sacrifices for the country,” Gen. Muntu urged those present at the workshop.


He added that it is our collective responsibility to keep explaining to the electorates what their vote means until they understand the consequence of their actions. He reminded members that there is no island for good people. “If the peasants who are the majority make wrong decisions, it impacts the whole country,” Gen. Muntu said.


In attendance were the ANT leadership includoing Mr. Julius Tindimwebwa, Coordinator of the Business community, Mr. John Mary Odoi of CCEDU, Chairman Basakana Hannington, the chairperson Emeritus of Jinja District Local Government, Amb. Edith Grace Sempala, and the Diaspora and International Relations Coordinator, Grace Atuhaire. 


The next workshop is scheduled for Thursday, 15th April 2021 in Arua for the West Nile subregion. 




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