”Do you want us to be like Libya? ” M7 Minister.

Wakiso, Uganda – By our reporter.

Uganda’s State Minister for Primary Education and Woman Member of Parliament for Wakiso, Rosemary Nansubuga Sseninde on Thursday (10th Dec 2020) while campaigning in Kikajjo, Mankidye to retain her seat ahead of the general elections in January 2021 called upon women to support President Yoweri Kaguta T Museveni.

Click here to watch Hon Rosemary Nansubuga Sseninde https://youtu.be/JT-B_nQ1K2A

The legislator says ousting her boss in a Gadaffi-like style will turn Uganda like Libya which has no peace. She added that women suffer more when violence erupts in a country, calling upon them to stick with Museveni.

Audience attending the rally on Thursday.

Who is Rosemary Nansubuga Sseninde?

Rosemary Nansubuga was born in Wakiso District on 7 January 1965. She went to St. Agnes Boarding Primary School in Naggalama for her early elementary schooling. She then attended St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School in Nsambya for her O-Level studies, graduating in 1982. She studied at Trinity College Nabbingo for her A-Level education, graduating in 1985.

In 1997 she obtained a Teaching Certificate from Lady Irene College, in Ndejje, now a component of Ndejje University. The following year, she attended a 10-week course at the National Institute of Small Industries Extension Training (NISIET), in Hyderabad, India, graduating with a certificate.

In 2001, she graduated with a Diploma in Education, awarded by the Institute of Teacher Education (ITEK), now a component of Kyambogo University. In 2005, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management, awarded by Makerere University. Later in 2009, she was awarded a Master of Arts in ethics and public management.

Teaching career

She began her teaching career in 1987, as a teacher/instructor at a boarding elementary school, serving in that capacity until 1994. She then transferred to Wampeewo Senior Secondary School as a teacher, serving in that capacity until 2000.

In 2001, for a period of less than one year, she worked as a tutor/instructor at Shimoni Teacher Training College.



In 2001, she entered elective Ugandan politics and was elected to the Parliament of Ugandato represent the women of Wakiso District. She was reelected in 2006, 2011 and 2016, and is the incumbent. In the cabinet appointed on 6 June 2016, she was named the State Minister for primary education.


Rosemary Nansubuga Sseninde is married to Zephaniah Kizza Kikoba Walube Sseninde since 12 October 1985.


She is the mother of seven children. Her daughter, Jean Sseninde, is a professorial soccer player, with the London Phoenix ladies team, in the English Second League.


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