During the meeting, Jeremiah Keeya Mwanje, the Kasubi councillor, who read a statement on behalf of the 41 National Unity Platform-NUP councillors, said they are concerned about the wellbeing of cultural leaders.
While NUP and other political parties won Parliamentary and District council seats, the Alliance for National Transformation did not win any parliamentary seat, and only won only one district leadership position in the Terego district. But Muntu told a meeting convened this morning to review the party's performance in the Kigezi region, that the loss was not surprising.
The party Chairman Wasswa Biriggwa made the announcement today at the party offices in Najjanankumbi Kampala. He says the 11th Parliament needs a dynamic and visionary leader to steer it to make better laws to benefit the people of Uganda.
The newly elevated Gulu City was among the areas with the lowest voter turn up in the country with only 34,916 people participating in the exercise, out of the 101,401 registered voters from 188 polling stations. This is a drastic decline from the 101,588 voters who participated in the process from the same area in 2016.