The recently concluded 2021 General Elections saw President Museveni extending his 35 year rule for another five years.
However, Uganda may witness change in Ministerial positions which have been held by top Museveni aides who lost their Parliamentary seats.
Amongst these are J.C Muying0 and Vice President, Edward Ssekandi.
Although NRM won majority of MP seats, NUP won majority of opposition this replacing Besigye’s FDC as Uganda’s leading opposition party.
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:Chrysostom Muyingo ( Education ministry)- 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.