“On January 20, 1961, US President John F. Kennedy gave an inaugural address that inspired Americans to see the importance of civic action and public service with the historic words, “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country”.


  • on 9th October, 1962, Uganda attained her independence from colonial rule, and plunged into decades of political, social and economic upheaval. Uganda now is a mixture of an old generation that saw the upheaval and are just happy to be alive under a semblance of stable government, a middle aged generation that has thrived on the instability and created systems in which a few benefit at the expense of the many and a young generation that is surviving by the skin of its teeth outside of government intervention.

  • We pledge to return Back to the Basics of reweaving the Ugandan moral and social fabric to establish a foundation on which all Ugandans can stand to build a vibrant economy and a bright future. With focused and timely interventions in the pillars of Faith, Family, Education, Economy, Media, Arts and Sport and Leadership, we will initiate transformation that will spread throughout the 56 tribes of our nation.





Harnessing faith as a tool to unite Ugandans, harness resources, reweave the moral fabric of society and support the integrity of the family unit


Prioritizing family as the basic unit of society, supporting men to be fathers and providers, supporting family enterprise and providing adequate time for rest


Re-imagining what it means to be educated in the 21st Century, enabling parents to afford a meaningful quality education for their children and allowing children to freely pursue a vocation that maximizes their talent and will create a desire to innovate


Incentive’s family businesses and Ugandan contractors, boosting local manufacturing by region, meaningful engagement with Ugandans in the diaspora and investments in clean energy


Restoring the media to its rightful role of speaking, documenting and archiving Ugandan stories and truths, while crushing the political fear-mongering machine format


Elevating the value of Ugandan art, supporting the tourism industry and investing in sports as ways to engage the creativity and energy of our mammoth jobless youth population


Decentralizing the structure of government to meaningfully reach all 56 tribes of Uganda, raising patriotic servant leaders in the model of Christ and building Ugandan structures that support leadership regardless of personalities