HON. KIBUULE RONALD
Minister of State for Water and Environment (Water)
Ranked by Public Opinions on List of Best Performing Ministers
Ronald Kibuule was inducted in the 2020 Uganda Who is Who Book of Records and Rated on the List of Uganda TOP50 Most Influential and Best Performing Ministers of the Cabinet of the Government of Uganda by Public Opinions the Leading organization working towards attainment of Uganda Vision 2040 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through Strategic Research, Public Awareness, Information Dissemination, Public Relations, Public Advisory as well as Personal and Corporate Profiling.
Ronald Kibuule is the State Minister for Water Resources in the Ugandan Cabinet. He was appointed to that position on 1 March 2015 replacing Betty Oyella Bigombe. From 27 May 2011 until 1 March 2015, he served as the State Minister for Youth and Children Affairs. He is the elected Member of Parliament for Mukono County North, Mukono District.
Kibuule was born on 20 January 1984 in Kasenge Village, Nama sub-county in Mukono to Zefania Lusebeya, a businessman, and Grace Naguta, a housewife. He attended St. John's Education Center, in Mukono Town where he completed his Primary Leaving Examination. He then joined Mukono Parents High School where he completed his O-Level education in 2002 and his A-Level education in 2004. He was admitted to Uganda Christian University in 2003. He studied social work, graduating in 2008 with a Bachelor of Social Work & Social Administration degree.
While still in elementary school, Kibuule acted in a school play where he played the character of the President of Uganda. The guest of honor at that function was Al Hajji Moses Kigongo, the vice chairman of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) political party. Kigongo took an interest in Kibuule and over time he became a close acquaintance. He introduced the young man to NRM leaders, including Amama Mbabazi, the Party's Secretary General, and H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the Party's Chairman and the President of Uganda. Kibuule became too close to Amama Mbabazi who became his guardian and benefactor. Mbabazi, at that time the Minister of Defense, and Minister for Security paid Kibuule's school fees at high school and at university. The young man became an aide to this high-ranking cabinet minister. In September 2006, Amama Mbabazi set Kibule for a Study Tour and Leadership training to the Communist Party of China in the People’s Republic of China. Between 2006 and 2011, Kibuule served as a councilor for Kasenge Parish in Nama-sub-county. In 2011, he won the Mukono County North Parliamentary Seat and is still the incumbent. During his tenure in Mukono District and national politics, he has made friends with many Chinese investors who have set up industries, factories, and warehouses in Mukono District, especially along the Kampala-Jinja Highwa.
Kibuule is married to two wives, Fortunate Kibuule and Esther Kibuule.
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