Life after Parliament

Members of Visionary Women group at the launch of the Sacco in Kampala recently. PHOTO BY AMOS NGWOMOYA.

What you need to know:

After failing to be re-elected to Parliament, 50 women have come together to form a Sacco through which they plan to play a leading role to change the lives of women as well as changing the attitude that politics is the end to everything.

Being an MP is a rewarding experience that comes with lots of trappings.
It is an experience that few would voluntarily quit in a country where unemployment and business failure has become a routine.
Many actually forget it is just a social contract that has to be renewed every after five years, according to the Constitution of Uganda.
But again you wonder how these people who enjoy a near life of luxuries find themselves trapped in deep debt and with no clue of surviving through.


You're all set to enjoy unlimited Prime content.