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Parliament honors Alhaj. Kaddunabbi...

Rubaga South MP Hon. Kato Lubwama and Rakai Woman MP Hon. Suubi Kyinyamatama congratulating Alhaj Kaddunabbi Ibrahim Lubega after parliament passing a resolution recognizing his achievement.

The Parliament on Tuesday 9th January 2018, adopted a motion in honor of Alhaj Kaddunabbi for being elected President of African Insurance Organisation.

The motion congratulated Kaddunabbi and took cognizance of the services he has rendered, contributed and achieved for the insurance sector. The motion was moved by Hon. Henry Musasizi (Rubanda County East) and seconded by Anthony Okello (Kioga County).

Kaddunabbi is the Chief Executive Officer of the Insurance Regulatory Authority of Uganda and the chairperson of the East African Insurance Supervisors Association among others. Kaddunabbi previously served in the Eighth Parliament as the Member of Parliament representing Butambala County.

While chairing the session on Tuesday, the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, said, “This is a unique seating that I would like to chair while the member is seated in the gallery rather than the sad one. So it’s good to recognize people while they are still alive.”

“Now that we have you, Hon. Kaddunabbi, in that position, we hope that you use it to improve service delivery in the insurance sector in the country particularly in the agricultural sector,” he said. Oulanyah noted that Uganda relies heavily on agriculture and therefore, the sector needs to promote Agriculture Insurance and protect farmers.

Members of Parliament asked Insurance companies to avail attractive insurance packages tailored for agriculture related businesses. The Minister of State for Finance, Hon. David Bahati, applauded Kaddunabbi for doing an important job that contributes to the economic prosperity of Uganda and Africa as a whole and pledged governments’ support to Kaddunabbi and the insurance sector.

Hon. Moses Kizige (Bugabula), commended Kaddunabbi for exhibiting professionalisms, “he has shown the world that there is life after Parliament. We Members of Parliament we need to learn from his exemplary role as he has continued to serve the country in other capacities.”

Jalia Bintu (Masindi District) said, “Farmers in other countries have their agricultural products insured; my prayer is that Hon. Kaddunabbi uses his position to ensure that the same services are made available to farmers in order to boost the agricultural sector.”

Hon. Cosmas Elotu (Dakabela County) said, “Kaddunabbi has been an exceptional character in the insurance sector. He has promoted awareness of insurance policies and its importance to the citizens of Uganda and I trust that he will represent us well.”

Other MPs who applauded Kaddunabbi included, Minister for Kampala Betty Kamya  , Beatrice Anywar (Kitgum), Aol Betty Acan (Gulu), Patrick Nsamba (Kassanda North), Jalia Bintu Lukumu (Masindi), Hanifa Kawoya (Ssembabule), Jack Wamanga Wamai (Mbale), Chekamondo Rukiya Kulany (Kapchorwa), Bukenya Iga Micheal (Bukuya), Mugoya Kyawa Gaster (Bukooli North), Namuyangu Kacha Jenipher(Kabweri), Opolot Isiagi Patrick(Kachumbala), Mutonyi Masaaba Rose (Bubulo County West), Obua Denis Hamson (Ajuri) among others.

   


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