List of MPs that will be missed in the 11th parliament

List of MPs that will be missed in the 11th parliament

Robert Kyagulanyi

Robert Kyagulanyi

He is the outgoing MP for Kyadondo east a former presidential candidate and also the president of the National Unity Platform (NUP).

 Kato Lubwama

Kato Lubwamu

He is the outgoing MP for Rubaga South . he was recently taed as one of poor performers in the 10th parliament but spoke once on the floor of parliament during the five years  he was MP, when he said ‘NO’ to the presidential age limit bill.

John Chrysostom Muyingo

John Muyingo


Muyingo will surely be missed by his people in Bamunanika, where he provided scholarships for many school children.

Muyinga has been the MP for Bamunanika county and he is the state minister for higher education. He has on several occasions represented the education minister, Janet Museveni by adequately responding to queries raised by the House on the education sector.

Edward Ssekandi

Edward Ssekandi

The Vice President who has been in Parliament since 1994 will also be miised in the 11th parliament. He has been the MP for Bukoto central but has not been seen speaking on the floor of parliament.

Amelia Kyambadde

Amelia Kyambadde

Since 2011, Amelia has been the MP for Mawokota county North and is currently the state Minister for trade and industry. The 11th parliament will surely miss tapping on her experience relating to trade matters.

Rukutana Mwesigwa

Rukutana Mwesigwa

He has been the MP for Rushenyi county. He is a former attorney general who always provided knowledge and information in parliament on various issues concerning the law.

Jalia Bintu

Jalia Bintu

Jalia in surely going to be missed and netball skills as well. She was elected in to parliament in 2001 as a youth representative.

Bintu has been the Masindi district woman MP under the National Resistance Army movement.  She also served as the Parliamentary Commissioner in the eighth, ninth and tenth parliament.

Her exceptionality when it comes to netball can’t be forgotten as she scooped awards for being the top scorer for the Ugandan Parliament netball team. She has also help responsibilies in parliament such as being an executive of the Parliament SACCOS.

Latif Ssebagala

Latif Ssebagala

Latif has been the Kawempe North MP, who has been doubling as the parliament Imam and also spokesperson on issues concerning the Muslim community. Latif lost to NUP’s Mohammed Ssegirinya.

Sam Lyomoki

Sam Lyomoki

Dr. Lyomoki Sam has been the district workers representative that has been at the forefront of promoting workers interest and calling for better remuneration by calling government to set a minimum wage for Ugandan workers.

Abraham Byandala

Abraham Byandala

He has been the Katikamu County North MP. He has been active in plenary and committee proceedings where his debating skills have been remarkable.

Evelyn Anite

Evelyn Anite

Anite has been the Koboko municipality MP and she lost her seat to Dr Charles Ayume. She is the state minister for investment and privatization and she will be missed by the 11th parliament for her passion for investments in Uganda.

Angeline Osege

Angeline Osege

Angeline has been the the Soroti district woman MP with a strong advocate for human rights and women issues.

Sylvia Rwabwogo

Sylvia Rwabogo

Sylvia has been the Kabarole District woman MP and a National Resistence Movement member who is famed for going against the her party decisions like the Mobile Money Tax. Her independent mindedness will surely be missed.

William Nzonghu

William Nzoughu

The Busongora North MP was such an active member and will be remembered for always fronting issues affecting people of Kasese. 

Joshua Anywarach

Joshua Anywarach

Joshua has been the Padyere constituency MP. He was formerly a radio presenter, an exceptional debater who articulated issues with facts through his research.

Monica Amoding

Amoding Monicah

Amoding is a lawyer by profession and has been the district woman MP for Kumi under the National Resistance Movement.

The former chairperson of Uganda Women Parliamentary Association (UWOPA) has been a vocal on women and children affairs.

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