After a daunting election in which the National Unity Platform made democratic gains, the mantle of opposition leadership shifted onto a young party, firmly rooted in urban areas and mostly in Central Uganda.
Their showing at the polls caused immediate and questioning concern for what style of leadership the party, which had lived mostly on the streets and in protests, would bring to the august house. How different would opposition politics be with NUP at the centre of it?
Now, tomorrow, the party leadership in parliament will unveil, at long last, their strategic vision for the next five years.
On The Spot, we ask the Leader of that Vision Matthias Mpuuga, the leader of the opposition the tough questions that come with leading from the opposition.