Gen. Mugisha Muntu, the Presidential candidate for Alliance for National Transformation-ANT says that an alliance os not feasible at the moment because other parties have one agenda, to oust the incumbent president, yet they have no ability to form a government thereafter.
Last week, Olanya was pictured at the main entrance of State House in Entebbe Municipality trying to seek an audience with President Yoweri Museveni over unfulfilled pledges for members of FRONASA. He later told journalists that he, on behalf of Acholi people, was following up on the 900 million Shillings’ pledge made by the President to FRONASA Cooperative Union.
Largo trailed in the third position with 10,016 votes, behind former Pader District Chairperson Alfred Akena who garnered 11,678 votes. The victor, Rtd Col Obwoya secured the flag with 14,645 votes, according to results released by Pader NRM Registrar Simon Peter Sankara on Saturday.
Instead, he observes, members are fighting each other promoting insults and hatred, using pejorative or discriminatory language against others, and encouraging violence towards other contenders, a trend he says spells doom for Ugandan politics.