NUP’s Shamim Nambassa wins MAK society official race
Shamim Nambassa in crusades
Public Unity Platform’s (NUP) Shamim Nambassa has won Makerere University’s society official race.
Nambassa is a third year understudy of Bachelor of Pharmacy.
As per the outcomes that were announced by Makerere University Electoral Commission executive William Kananga, Nambassa collected 5610 votes, which addressed around 54.16 percent of the complete votes cast.
Gathering for Democratic Change’s (FDC) Obeid Yahayaa completed second in the race, earning 1,548 votes, which is around 14.945 percent.
Free thinkers Ronald Mutsinzi and Agrippa Byayesu told 1,187 and 697 votes separately.
Public Resistance Movement (NRM) was addressed by Silva Bukala, who came last with just 649 votes.
NUP’s Nambassa battled under the topic of “Lack of education can not fix Covid; Vaccinate the junta with small.”
NUP President Robert Kyagulanyi with MAK society president elect Shamim Nambassa
In her first discourse as the society president elect, Nambassa said that her term will be one of activity, and expressed gratitude toward the understudies who decided in favor of her.
Nambassa presently turns into the fifth (5) female society president In Makerere University’s set of experiences, with the most recent being Anna Adeke Ebaju in 2013/14. Adeke is the current Soroti District Woman MP.
Others, as indicated by Makerere University site are Susan Abbo 2007/08, Sarah Kagingo (1997/98), and Norah Njuba (1987/88).