8 May 1958 |
|Education||Moscow State University of Fine Chemical Technologies
(Master of Science)
(Bachelor of Science)
|Occupation||Engineer & Politician|
|Years active||1990 — present|
|Title||Cabinet Minister for Works and Transport|
John Byabagambi (born 8 May 1958) is a Ugandan engineer and politician. He is the Minister for Works and Transport in the Ugandan Cabinet. He was appointed to that position on in a cabinet reshuffle on 1 March 2015, replacing Abraham Byandala who was appointed Minister Without Portfolio. He is also the elected Member of Parliament, representing Ibanda County South, Ibanda District. He was first elected to that position in 2001.
Background and education
John Byabagambi was born in Ibanda District on 8 May 1958. He attended St. Leo's College Kyegobe in Fort Portal, for his O-Level education, graduating in 1973. For his A-Level studies, he studied at St. Henry's College Kitovu in Masaka, graduating in 1979. He holds the degree of Master of Science in Chemical Engineering. The university where he obtained his bachelor's degree is not stated.
Prior to joining politics in 2001, he worked as an Engineer in several private businesses. In 1989, he worked as a Production Engineer at Miroko Industries. From 1991 until 1992, he worked as the General Manager of Mukwano Industries Limited, a member company of the Mukwano Group of Companies. Between 1992 and 2001, he worked as the General manager, Songdol Films Uganda Limited. In 2001, he entered politics and contested for the parliamentary seat of Ibanda County South in Ibanda District. He won in 2001 and was re-elected in 2006 on the National Resistance Movement (NRM) political party ticket. He was appointed to his present cabinet post in 2006.
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