Newly Elected Hoima, Kaabong Women MPs Sworn In

Hoima Woman MP, Harriet Businge taking oath on Wednesday.

Parliament on has Wednesday sworn in the newly elected district Women MPs for Hoima and Kaabong districts.

The Hoima Woman MP, Harriet Businge was the first one to take oath and was later followed by her counterpart from Kaabong, Christine Tubo Nakwanga.

The Hoima Woman MP seat became vacant after the then representative, Tophace Kaahwa chose to represent the newly created Kikuube district.

In Kaabong, the seat fell vacant after Rose Lily Akello who was representing the district in Parliament resigned to represent the newly created Karenga district.

Businge won the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidate, Asinasi Kamanda Nyakato with a difference of 4,512 votes having garnered 33,301 votes.

In Kaabong, the NRM candidate, Tubo Nakwang, polled 22,532 votes defeating the FDC candidate, Judith Adyaka Nalibe who got 1,692 votes.

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