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Hon. Katwesigye’s election followed the death of the former MP the late Gregory Matovu who died on 30th October 2013. In the by-elections held on 31st November 2013, Hon. Kangwagye won over four contestants.
Hon. Kadaga congratulated and welcomed Hon. Kangwagye to Parliament and urged him to work with both the ruling NRM and the Opposition Members of Parliament.
The Prime Minister and Leader of Government Business Rt Hon. Amama Mbabazi welcomed the new Member and added that his victory was a clear choice of the people of Bukanga.
“We promise to work with you as the ruling party and also with the Opposition and other MPs,” he said.
Mbabazi also urged him to recognise all the people of Bukanga and work with them as is the spirit of the NRM and of clear leadership.
The Opposition Whip Hon. Winnie Kiiza said the Opposition was ready to work with Hon. Kangwagye, to promote democracy and development in Uganda.
She, however, urged the Electoral Commission to ensure that future elections are held in a transparent manner.
“I call upon the election organisers to be transparent, free and fair so people who lose elections can be comfortable,” she said.
Hon. Sanjah Tanna who spoke on behalf of the Independents called upon Hon. Kangwagye to treat all other MPs with respect and abide by the Constitution that he had.