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PRESIDENT CARRIES OUT MINOR RE-ORGANIZATION OF THE GOVERNMENT

Sunday 26th May 2013

President Yoweri Museveni has, by virtue of the Authority entrusted to him by Articles 113 (2) and 114 (3) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, decided to carry out a minor re-organization of the Government as follows:
1.    Rt. Hon. Prime Minister        –    AMAMA MBABAZI
2.    1st Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Public Service        –    KAJURA HENRY  MUGANWA
3.    2nd Deputy Prime Minister   & Deputy Leader of Gov’t    Business in Parliament        –    MOSES ALI
4.    Minister of East African Affairs   –  Vacant
5.    Minister of Security  –  MUKASA MURUULI WILSON
6.    Minister In-charge of the Presidency – TUMWEBAZE FRANK
7.    Minister for Karamoja – MUSEVENI JANET KATAAHA
8.    Minister in Charge of General Duties/Office of the Prime Minister  –    KABWEGYERE   TARSIS
9.    Minister of Disaster    Preparedness & Refugees     –    ONEK HILARY
10.    Minister of Information & National Guidance    –    NAMAYANJA ROSE
11.    Minister of Agriculture,     Animal Industry &     Fisheries    –    BUCHANAYANDITRESS
12.    Minister of Defence            –    KIYONGA CRISPUS
13.    Minister of Education       & Sports   –    ALUPO JESSICA ROSE EPEL
14.    Minister of Energy and     Minerals      –    MULONI IRENE
15.    Minister of Finance and     Economic Planning      –    KIWANUKA MARIA
16.    Minister of Works and    Transport     –    BYANDALA ABRAHAM JAMES
17.    Minister of Justice    –    KAHINDA OTAFIIRE & Constitutional Affairs
18.    Attorney General            –    NYOMBI PETER
19.    Minister of Gender, Labour & Social affairs       –    BUSINGYE  MARY KAROORO OKURUT
20.    Minister of Trade, Industry & Cooperatives        –    KYAMBADDE AMELIA ANNE
21.    Minister of Water &     Environment                –    KAMUNTU EPHRAIM
22.    Minister of Lands,     Housing & Urban     Development         –    MIGEREKO DAUDI
23.    Minister of Health            –    RUHAKANA RUGUNDA
24.    Minister of Foreign Affairs    –    KUTESA KAHAMBA SAM

25.    Minister of Information & Communications Technology      –    NASASIRA MWOONO JOHN

26.    Minister of Local  Government      –    MWESIGE ADOLF
27.    Minister without Portfolio in-charge of Political Mobilization            –    TODWONG RICHARD
28.    Government Chief Whip        –    KASULE JUSTINE LUMUMBA
29.    Minister of Tourism     Wildlife & Antiquities        –    MARIA MUTAGAMBA
30.    Minister of Internal Affairs    –    NYAKAIRIMA ARONDA

MINISTERS OF STATE:
Office of the President:
1.    Minister of State for Economic Monitoring        –    BANYENZAKI HENRY
2.    Minister of State for Ethics and Integrity            –    LOKODO SIMON

Office of the Vice President:
3.    Minister of State Vice President’s Office        –    NYANZI VINCENT

Office of the Prime Minister:
4.    Minister of State for Relief and Disaster Preparedness   –    ECWERU MUSA FRANCIS
5.    Minister of State for Northern Uganda            –    AMUGE OTENGO REBECCA
6.    Minister of State for  Karamoja                    –    OUNDO NEKESA BARBARA
7.    Minister of State for Luwero Triangle            –    KATAIKE SARAH NDOBOLI
8.    Minister of State for     Teso Affairs                –    AMONGIN APORU CHRISTINE HELLEN
9.    Minister of State for     Bunyoro Affairs                –    KIIZA ERNEST

Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
10.    Minister of State for International Affairs            –    ORYEM OKELLO
11.    Minister of State for Regional Affairs                –    KIYINGI ASUMAN

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries
12.    Minister of State for Agriculture                –    NYIIRA ZERUBABEL MIJUMBI
13.    Minister of State for Fisheries                    –    NANKABIRWA SENTAMU RUTH
14.    Minister of State for Animal Industry                    –    RWAMIRAMA K. BRIGHT

Ministry of Education and Sports
15.    Minister of State for Sports    –    BAKABULINDI CHARLES
16.    Minister of State for Primary     Education        –    KAMANDA BATARINGAYA
17.    Minister of State for Higher Education            –    MUYINGO JOHN CHRYSOSTOM

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development:
18.    Minister of State for Energy    –    D’UJANGA SIMON
19.    Minister of State for Minerals    –    LOKERIS AIMAT PETER

Ministry of Finance, Planning & Economic Development:
20.    Minister of State for Finance (General)    –    JACAN OMACH FRED MANDIR
21.    Minister of State for Planning    –    KASAIJA MATIA
22.    Minister of State for Investment                –    AJEDRA GABRIEL GADISON ARIDRU
23.    Minister of State for Privatization                –    KAJARA ASTON PETERSON
24.    Minister of State for Micro-     Finance                    –    AMALI OKAO CAROLINE

Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development:
25.    Minister of State for Gender and Culture                –    ISANGA LUKIA NAKADAMA
26.    Minister of State for Youth and Children Affairs            –    KIBUULE RONALD
27.    Minister of State for Labour, Employment and Industrial Relations     –    RUKUTANA MWESIGWA
28.    Minister of State for Elderly and     Disability:   –    MADADA SULAIMAN

Ministry of Health:
29.    Minister of State for Health (General)    –    TUMWESIGYE ELIODA
30.    Minister of State for Primary Health Care     –    OPENDI OCHIENG SARAH

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development:
31.    Minister of State for Housing   –    ENGOLA SAM
32.    Minister of State for Urban Development            –    NAJJEMBA ROSEMARY
33.    Minister of State for Lands       –    NANTABA  AIDAH

Ministry of Trade and Industry:
34.    Minister of State for Trade      –    WAKIKOONA DAVID
35.    Minister of State for Industry     –    MUTENDE SHINYABULO JAMES

Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities:
36.    Minister of State for Tourism    –    AKIROR AGNES

Ministry of Water and Environment:
37.    Minister of State for Water    –    ATUKU BIGOMBE BETTY
38.    Minister of State for Environment    –    NABUGERA MUNAABA FLAVIA

Ministry of Works and Transport:
39.    Minister of State for Transport    –    CHEBROT STEPHEN CHEMOIKO
40.    Minister of State for Works     –    BYABAGAMBI JOHN

Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
41.    Deputy Attorney General        –    RUHINDI FRED

Ministry of Defence
42.    Minister of State for Defence    –    ODONGO JEJE

Ministry of Internal Affairs
43.    Minister of State for Internal Affairs   –    BABA JAMES

Ministry of ICT
44.    Minister of State for     Communication (ICT)     –    NYOMBI TEMBO

Ministry of Local Government
45.    Minister of State for     Local Government    –    AADROA ALEX ONZIMA

Ministry of Public Service
46.    Minister of State for     Public Service                –    SSEZI PRISCA MBAGUTA

Ministry of East African Affairs
47.    Minister of State for East African Affairs            –    SHEM BAGAINE

Dr. Christine Ondoa            –    SENIOR
PRESIDENTIAL ADVISER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH (in-charge of Medical Issues)

Permanent Secretaries
1.    OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Katuramu Deborah
2.    OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER Guwatudde Kintu Christine
3.    MINISTRY OF FINANCE, PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEV’T Muhakanizi Keith
4.    MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Byengoma Rosette
5.    MINISTRY OF AGRICULUTRE, ANIMAL INDUSTRY & FISHERIES Rubarema Vincent
6.    MINISTRY OF ENERGY & MINERALS Kabagambe Kaliisa Fred
7.    MINISTRY OF WORKS & TRANSPORT Okello Bwangamoi
8.    MINISTRY OF EDUCATION & SPORTS Lukwago Nassali (Dr)
9.    MINISTRY OF JUSTICE & CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS Atoke Francis
10.    MINISTRY OF TRADE, INDUSTRY & COOPERATIVES Onen Julius
11.    MINISTRY OF WATER & ENVIRONMENT Ebong David
12.    MINISTRY OF LANDS, HOUSING & URBAN DEV’T Musoke Gabindade
13.    MINISTRY OF HEALTH Lukwago Asuman
14.    MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS Mugume James
15.    MINISTRY OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY Samanya P Jimmy
16.    MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT Vacant
17.    MINISTRY OF TOURISM, WILDLIFE & ANTIQUITIES Patrick Mugoya
18.    MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS Kagoda Stephen
19.    MINISTRY OF PUBLIC SERVICE Vacant
20.    MINISTRY OF EAST AFRICAN AFFAIRS Mwanje Edith
21.    MINISTRY OF GENDER, LABOUR & SOCIAL DEV’T Bigirimana Pius
22.    ETHICS & INTEGRITY Muganzi Charles
23.    JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION Kagole Kivumbi
24.    PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Bigirwa Duncan
25.    HEALTH SERVICE COMMISSION Lubanga Francis X
26.    CABINET SECRETARIAT Lukone Opio Vincent
27.    INSPECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT Waiswa Bageya
28.    JUDICIARY Okalany Dorcas .
29.    EDUCATION SERVICE COMMISSION  Vacant

 

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