But his term of office is engrossed by a court battle in which he is accused of abuse of office, causing financial loss to the government and disobeying lawful orders.
His problems stem from a directive issued while holding the portfolio of Works and Transport minister for the immediate signing of a contract between the Uganda National Roads Authority-UNRA and an American firm EUTAW Construction Co. Inc, to upgrade Mukono-Kyetume-Katosi-Nyenga road in Mukono and Buikwe Districts.
Luweero district chairman Ronald Ndawula said he wants to be in parliament in order to lobby for services like rural electrification, industrialisation, elevation of town councils to municipality status and elevation of Luweero Health Center IV to a Hospital.
Ndawula and Ssekabira have often been seen donating farm tractors, school bursaries, construction of roadside markets and roads, sponsoring electrification of markets, making cash donations and distributing calendars among other campaign activities.
Ndawula is backed by area councillors and LC III Chairperson led by John Paul Kibalama.
Another rival Ronald Kizza Ssenyange accused Byandala of failing to represent the views of the people of Katikamu North and instead, riding on selfish interests.
Salim Zimula the Kakabala parish councillor in Butuntumula Sub County says that MP Byandala faces an uphill task to retain the seat because the public is bitter against him over the constitutional amendments, corruption allegations and abandoning the constituency.
Deogratius Bukenya, the chairperson of Luweero Central Market Traders Association said that they have benefited in the early campaigns.
As result of the early campaigns, Byandala who had taken a back seat in the constituency has now comeback dispelling rumours that he won’t seek re-election in 2021.
Byandala described the rivals as greedy, jokers and over-ambitious.