Premier Nabbanja scoffs at critics who called for her reshuffle

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Premier Nabbanja scoffs at critics who called for her reshuffle
PM Nabbanja

Speaking at Bujumbura Catholic Cathedral during Palm Sunday celebrations in Hoima District, Nabbanja addressed concerns over her leadership tenure and expressed gratitude for her reappointment by President Museveni, citing it as a vote of confidence.

Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja has brushed off criticisms and calls that were made for her reshuffle.

Speaking at Bujumbura Catholic Cathedral during Palm Sunday celebrations in Hoima District, Nabbanja addressed concerns over her leadership tenure and expressed gratitude for her reappointment by President Museveni, citing it as a vote of confidence.

"Some individuals, whom I won't name, went to the extent of lobbying the president to have me dropped from my position," Nabbanja saud.

"However, my reappointment signifies the president's trust in me, and I am committed to fulfilling my duties to the best of my ability."

Joined by State Minister for Public Service Grace Mary Mugasa, Nabbanja emphasised the importance of unity and encouraged citizens to embrace government initiatives aimed at poverty alleviation, such as the Emyooga and Parish Development Model programmes.

"Our focus remains on serving our country, and I urge leaders in Hoima to promote participation in government programs that uplift communities," Nabbanja reiterated.

Additionally, Nabbanja pledged fifty million shillings towards the construction of a Catholic church-founded Women and Children Specialized Hospital.

She reassured the community that President Museveni's pledge of three hundred million shillings would be fulfilled in due time.

The Bishop of Hoima Diocese, Rt Rev Vincent Kirabo, urged Christians to continue their altruistic deeds beyond Lent and reminded politicians of their responsibility to the people.

"Let us not forget our duty to serve and uplift our communities," Bishop Kirabo emphasized.

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