MPS VOW TO BOOST HEALTH, EDUCATION DURING THEIR FIVE TERM OF SERVICE. UNEMPLOYMENT TO BECOME HISTORY

Day two of the swearing ceremony for the elected members of parliament has come to an end vowing to bring to history unemployment in their respective areas.

The Kamuli Woman MP Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga immediately after swearing in guaranteed to submit a notice to the ruling National Resistance Movemen party to compete in the Speakers race.

James Kubeketerya Member of Parliament representing people of Bunya County EAST Mayuge worn on the National Resistance Movement also promised his people to boost fishing industry.

He adds that, over the last period people operating from the lake shores have been mistreated but now their voices are to be heard.

Kintu Alex Brandon Kagoma North County Jinja NRM says he is very ready to not only serve people from his vicinity but also countrywide since Ugandans have common problems.


Buyanja east mp, Dr.Emily Kugonza has called on the people of his constituency and Kibalae district as a whole to abandon all disunities that came along with elections and unite to improve their lives. Dr Emily Kugonza says that now that elections are over people should embark on work. Dr. Emily revealed this immediately after taking oath as a member of parliament for Buyanja east.

Dr. Emily Kugonza  also says that he has an expertise in development and he will use his experience to tap into government programs and he will do this using mass mobilization of people to advance their own development.

Dr. Emily further said  that mps alone cannot make things happen however, working with leaders at different levels and corporation among themselves as legislators will make a great impact in the development of the areas and the country at large.

Dr Emily Kugonza a member of the ruling party NRM is one of the mps who was un opposed

K ibale district woman mp, Noeline Basemera Kisembo says that this term in parliament she is focused to work harder and lobby for services to be brought nearer to the people of Kibale district.

Speaking after her swearing in Noeline Kisembo Basemera said that she is to focus more on health services which is improvement of health centres, roads for transportation of people and goods, Agriculture among other issues.

Noeline Basemera further says one of her program this term also includes lobbying   for the provision of electricity to help people engage in commercialization in an effort to improve house hold incomes

Basemera has thanked God and the people of Kibale for entrusting her for the second term and he assures the people of  Kibale that she will not disappoint them.

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