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Teacher beats incumbent to win Workers' MP seat

By Vision Reporters

Added 11th March 2016 09:08 PM

Rwabushaija is currently chairperson Uganda National Teachers' Union

Teacher beats incumbent to win Workers' MP seat

Margaret Namubiru Rwabushaija rejoices after being elected Workers' MP. Photo by Miriam Namutebi

Rwabushaija is currently chairperson Uganda National Teachers' Union

Margaret Namubiru Rwabushaija has beaten incumbent Theopista Nabulya Ssentongo to win a Workers' parliamentary seat in the 10th parliament.

Rwabushaija, who is very vocal on teachers' issues, joins incumbents Charles Bakabulindi, Sam Lyomoki and Arinaitwe Rwakajara who retained their seats.

 ncumbent harles akabulindi congratulates argaret amubiru wabushaija after the orkers  elections hoto by iriam amutebi Incumbent Charles Bakabulindi congratulates Margaret Namubiru Rwabushaija after the Workers' MP elections. Photo by Miriam Namutebi
 harles akabulindi is carried by his supporters after retaining his seat hoto by iriam amutebi Charles Bakabulindi is carried by his supporters after retaining his seat. Photo by Miriam Namutebi

 

Rwabushaija is a former deputy head teacher at Kitante Secondary School and Lubiri SS. She also taught English Literature at Mengo SS.

She is currently chairperson Uganda National Teachers' Union.

Agnes Kunihira completes the list. Kunuhira works as a community liason officer at Rift Valley Railways.

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