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The Ajuri county MP, Hamson Obua, also moved a motion for MPs to contribute Shs 100,000 each to help the team which is formally without a budget support from government, to facilitate their activities and was unanimously approved by the House.
The Speaker of parliament, Hon Rebecca Kadaga, called upon government to consider rewarding the ladies who participated and helped Uganda to emerge as champions.
She also asked government to consider buying the vehicle for the She Cranes to help them in their travels within the region as it was for Ugandan marathoner and world champion, Stephen Kiprotich.
The Speaker, however, called upon the corporate bodies to give full support to the She Cranes for the sustainability the same way they have been doing for the Uganda Cranes.