About Me

Thomas Tayebwa was born in present day Mitooma District on 10th November, 1980. He is married and blessed with one son.
He possesses a Bachelors of Laws (Hons) Degree and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (Hons), both from Makerere University. He is currently    a Fellow of MBA at Eastern and Southern Africa Management Institute (ESAMI). He also holds a Certificate in Negotiation ofHarvard Law School and a Professional Certificate in Parliamentary Affairs from International Centre for Parliamentary Studies, London.
Currently, he is serving as a Member of the 10th Parliament representing Ruhinda County North on ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party ticket. He was among a handful Members of Parliament who went through the 2016 parliamentary elections unopposed. He serves on the Natural Resources, and National Economy Committees of Parliament.He also served on the eight member select committee to investigate mismanagement of Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL). He was reelected resoundingly back to Parliament, in January, 2021.
Tayebwa is an entrepreneur with interests in communications and media, culture and heritage, transport and cosmetics. He is also a renowned philanthropist who has supported several community projects across the county, and continues to support several children from vulnerable backgrounds to attain education, medical care etc. He has also supported several youth start-ups with capital and as a business mentor.

Family Life

Tayebwa is married to Anita Rukundo Tayebwa and they are blessed with one biological son, Timothy Rubandamayonza on top of over 74 children under his care. He is a Rotarian and well-known philanthropist.

Ruhinda North Constituency

Ruhinda North County is one of the two major counties found in Mitooma District, western Uganda, and part of Ankole sub-region. It was previously the only county in Mitooma District until it was curved into two counties: Ruhinda North and Ruhinda South.
Mitooma District itself is a young district having been curved out of Bushenyi District by an Act of Parliament in 2010. Mitooma District is bordered by Bushenyi District to the north, Sheema District to the east, Ntungama District to the south, and Rukungiri District to the west.
The population of Mitooma District is 196,300 according to the 2014 National Population and Housing Census.

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