The first female prime minister of Uganda in history Robinah Nabbanja said that she received the news of prime minister appointment via social media, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni appointed Hon Robinah Nabbanja as the prime minister of Uganda replacing Hon Ruhakana Rugunda, the Kakumiro district woman member of Parliament (Mp) said that she received this good news via social media, and she couldn’t believe it, and she described it as a surprise.
“In the first place I thought this was usual jargon for the social media I didn’t expect this in the first place because I was not informed anyway it was a surprise” she said to the media. Nabbanja said that she is ready to take on the position as a leader of government business.
The yellow lady has worked a residential district commissioner (RDC) for several districts in eastern Uganda, having also worked as a commissioner for parliament and the state minister for health.
The 52-year-old NRM royal is waiting for the parliament to approve her appointment as the prime minister of Uganda, and she is going to become the first female prime minister of Uganda since Uganda gained her independence in 1962.