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FULL LIST: Top Ministers who got kicked out of parliament in the 2021 elections

A total of 22 ministers in the current cabinet will not be returning to the 11th Parliament after loosing out in the January 14 2021 general elections, the Daily Express reports.

The poll results conducted amidst a total blackout of Internet in Uganda countrywide saw NRM’s Yoweri Museveni win his 6th consecutive term in office by a 58.64% margin while his closest rival Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu of the National Unity Platform (NUP0 came second with 34.83% of the final tally results of the votes.

Although NRM still emerged dominant in the parliamentary elections, notable government ministers and closest allies to Mr. Museveni lost out in the elections including his vice Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi loosing to mainly Bobi Wine’s NUP who won an opposition majority with over 50 new legislators.

Here are some of the Ministers who lost in the 2021 general elections;

1: Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi- Bukoto Central

2: Ephraim Kamuntu (Justice)- Sheema South

3: Mwesigwa Rukutana (Labour)- Rushenyi County

4: Ruth Nankabirwa(Chief Whip)- Kiboga Woman MP

5: Simon Lokodo (Ethics)- Dodoth County West

6: Ronald Kibuule (Water)- Mukono North

7: Rosemary Sseninde(Education)- Wakiso Woman MP

8:Chrizestom Muyingo (Higher Education)- Bamunanika County

9: Haruna Kasolo (Microfinance)- Kyotera

10: Christopher Kibanzanga (Agriculture)- Bughendera County

11: Elioda Tumwesigye (Science and Technology)-Sheema Municipality

12: Beatrice Anywar (Environment)- Kitgum

13: Amelia Kyambadde (Trade and Cooperative)- Mawokota

14:Nakiwala Kiyingi (Youth)- Bukomansimbi

15: Beti Kamya(Lands)- Rubaga North

16: Judith Nabakooba (ICT)- Mityana Woman MP

17: Kasirivu Atwooki (Vice Presidents office)- Bugangaizi West

18: Isaac Musumba (Urban Planning)- Buzaaya County

19:Ernest Kiiza (Bunyoro Affairs)- Masindi Municipality

20: Vincent Ssempijja (Agriculture)-Kalungu East

21: Molly Kamukama (Economic monitoring)- Kazo Woman MP

22: Jane Akiror (Teso Affairs)

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