KAMPALA – Former Minister of Internal Affairs Sarah Kiyingi, and Aisha Nabasirye, KCCA Deputy Speaker for Makindye have joined the Alliance for National transformation (ANT) party.
The duo was unveiled by acting party leader Alice Alaso and presidential aspirant Gen. Mugisha Muntu at the party headquarters in Kampala on Wednesday morning.
In 2019, eight months after quitting FDC, the party’s former president, Gen Mugisha Muntu founded his ANT party which pledged to push for innovation and skills development by tapping into the initialized potential of the youth.
So far, the party has over 20 MPs ready to contest in the next elections, including two former leaders of the opposition, Prof. Ogenga Latigo and Winfred Kiiza.
ANT recently picked Mugisha Muntu as their flag bearer in the presidential race.
The part last week unveiled two more MPs including Paul Mwiru and Gerald Karuhanga.
Mwiru and Karuhanga highlighted the need for an upgrade in some of Uganda’s sectors which have informed their decision to cross the floor.
“I want to inform the country, that I have joined Alliance for national transformation with my own conscious and passion, because there’s a need to transform the health, economic sectors of Uganda, and ensure the respect of human rights” Mwiru said.
This story is being updated