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Most Active, Silent MPs, Ministers Named


Over one year since the 10th Parliament started work, an analysis of the contributions of MPs to debate indicates that 43 MPs are yet to contribute to debate.
Of the 43 MPs who were silent in the 74 sittings of the first session that started June last year and ended this May, 36 MPs belong to the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM), two to the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) while others are independents and UPDF representatives.

Silent Ministers
State minister for Teso Affairs, Agnes AkirorEgunyu

State minister for Water Ronald Kibuule;

State minister for Micro-Finance Haruna KyeyuneKasolo;

State minister for Karamoja Affairs Grace Kwiyucwiny;

State minister for Bunyoro Affairs Ernest Kiiza;

State minister for Luweero Triangle Denis SsoziGalabuzi,.

The silent MPs include:
Stephen Dede (Bukooli South)
Peter Mugema (Iganga Municipality)
Former minister Abraham Byandala (Katikamu North), SyliviaNayebale (Gomba)
Aston Kajara (Mwenge South)
Most silent FDC MPs
Michael Kabaziguruka (Nakawa Division) (faced legal battles) Apollo Kantinti (Kyadondo East, now replaced by musician Bobi Wine)
Most silent independents
Kato Lubwama (Rubaga South)
Ishma Mafabi (Eastern Youth)
Anna Mary Tumwine (Ntoroko)

Silent UPDF MPs
Lt Gen Ivan Koreta
Col Francis Takirwa.
Most active MPs and ministers
Premier and Leader of Government Business RuhakanaRugunda

state minister for Planning David Bahati (Ndorwa West)
Henry Musasizi (Rubanda East)
Nandala Mafabi (Budadiri West)



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