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Lukia Isanga Nakadama, sometimes written Rukia Isanga Nakadama, is a Ugandan businesswoman, educator and politician. She is the current State Minister for Gender and Culture in the Ugandan Cabinet.[1] She is also the Member of Parliament (MP) representing Mayuge District Women in the Ugandan Parliament.

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Background

She was born on 02 February 1970.[2] She was raised in a polygamy|polygamous family]], the 6th born of her mothers 12 children. Her father had two other wives.[3]

Education

She attended Nabisunsa Girls School, a public middle and high school, located in Nakawa Division in northeastern Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.[4] Isanga Nakadama obtained a Certificate in Teaching, prior to 1999, from the Institute of Teacher Education Kyambogo (ITEK), which is now part of Kyambogo University. She also holds a Diploma in Customs Clearing & Forwarding, which she obtained in 2000. Her Diploma in Education was obtained in 2004. He graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from the Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU).[5]

Work Experience

Prior to 2001, she worked as a private businesswoman and as a teacher at the Hassantourabi Education Centre in Mayuge District. She was first elected to Parliament in 2001, as the Woman Representative for her home district of Mayuge. In 2006, she was re-elected to continue representing the same constituency. She was appointed to her present cabinet post in 2006.[6][7]

Personal details

Lukia Nakadama is of the Islamic Faith. She is married to Hajji Daudi Isanga. She belongs to the National Resistance Movement political party.

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Rukia Isanga is a Ugandan politician. She is the State Minister for Gender and Culture in Uganda.


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