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Abed Bwanika

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Nationality  Ugandan
Home town  Lwengo
Residence  Kampala, Uganda
Years active  1987 — present
Alma mater  Makerere University

Citizenship  Uganda
Role  Ugandan Politician
Ethnicity  Muganda
Name  Abed Bwanika
Known for  Politics
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Born  1 August 1967 (age 48) (1967-08-01) Lwengo District, Uganda
Occupation  Veterinarian, Politician, Pastor

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Abed Bwanika (born 1 August 1967) is a Ugandan veterinarian, politician, and pastor. He is the President of the People's Development Party, an opposition political party in Uganda.

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Background and education

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Bwanika was born on 1 August 1967 in modern-day Lwengo District. He attended Kimwanyu Primary School, near his parents' home in Lwengo District. Later, he studied at Masaka Secondary School for his 'O' level, and at Kigezi High School for his 'A' level. He was admitted to Makerere University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Later, he earned a Master of Science degree in the same field, also from Makerere.

Career

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Following his first degree, he stayed on at Makerere as a graduate tutor, while he conducted research and pursued a second degree. In 2001, he left teaching and a private veterinary consultancy. He also opened a church, Christian Witness Church.

During the 1996 presidential elections, he supported Yoweri Museveni but switched allegiance to Kizza Besigye in 2001. He ran as an independent candidate in the February 2006 presidential election, where he finished in fourth place, with 0.95 percent of the vote (65,874 total votes).

He again contested the February 2011 presidential elections as the candidate of the People's Development Party, which he founded; he is also the party's president. The second-time around, he received about 14,000 fewer votes (51,708 total votes), garnering 0.65 percent of the popular vote.

Personal life

Bwanika is married to Gladys Namusuwe, a fish biologist and lecturer in the Department of Zoology at Makerere University. They have been married since 1995 and are the parents of three sons: Wise, Chosen, and Delight.

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