ANT Consults in Gulu as Party Prepares for 2026 General Elections

The Alliance of National Transformation (ANT) party is an early preparation for the 2026 general elections.

Gen. Gregg Mugisha Muntu, the ANT Presidential Candidate in the recent elections disclosed that they are ready to win massive seats in the 2026 general elections much as they poorly performed in the recent general elections.

ANT only secured only one key position for the district chairmanship of Terego district but were outcompeted in all the other key positions including presidency, members of parliament and district chairpersons.

However, Muntu said Tuesday in Gulu that the party has embarked on grass root mobilization and reorganization of its party structures to secure a win in the next general elections.

Without disclosing whether he will contest for presidency in 2026, Muntu noted that the party will sieve its members and front the best candidate for the position.

Muntu who was speaking during an interview from Gulu City on Tuesday said that he was not surprised by his loss in the recent elections noting that the election process was marred with irregularities, bribery, intimidation, and fear which affected its outcomes.

He also said that the coronavirus disease pandemic and financial constraints affected the party from adequately traversing the country to sell its manifestos in order to solicit for votes.

James Okello Mogi, the ANT party candidate who came last in the Kilak South Parliamentary race said that he is optimistic that ATN will perform better in the 2026 general elections.

The ANT is currently on a countrywide evaluation of their performance and mobilization of people to join the party. The team is currently in Acholi Sub Region.

Gen. Gregg Mugisha Muntu came forth in the 2021 presidential elections after scoring 67,574 votes representing 0.65%.

Incumbent Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) was declared winner with 5,851,037 votes representing 58.64% beating ten other candidates.