WHO IS? Andrew Ojok Oulanyah NRM’s sole candidate for Omoro County by-election. In a meeting that took place on Tuesday (19th/ 04/2022) at the President of the Republic of Uganda’s home in Rwakitura, the National Resistance Movement endorsed Ojok Andrew Oulanyah as the sole flag bearer in the upcoming by-election to fill the vacant seat left by the demise of the Speaker of Parliament of Uganda.
The party chairman Gen Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and members of the ruling National Resistance Movement political party agreed that Andrew Ojok Oulanyah was best suited to compete for the seat and replace his father, and the other 3 aspirants who had earlier shown interest in the seat have since stepped down in honour of the fallen Speaker, Jacob Oulanyah.
Andrew Ojok Oulanyah is the eldest son of the late Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament RT. Hon Jacob L’Okori Oulanyah was also the Omoro County Member of the 11th Parliament of Uganda.
Ojok is a senior IT professional working with the National Information Technology Authority-Uganda (NITA-U) an autonomous statutory body established under the NITA-U Act 2009, to coordinate and regulate Information Technology services in Uganda under the general supervision of the Ministry of ICT and National Guidance.
He is a high-calibre Information Technology (IT) Professional with over six years of cross-functional work experience in enterprise I.T systems design, development, and implementation with diverse technical teams and clients both in the private and public sectors.
Furthermore, he possesses vast experience in the support of API Gateways, API Management (REST, JSON, Swagger), DevOps, Information Security, Enterprise Security Standards (OAuth2, LDAP, Firewall), and Containers (Docker and Kubernetes).
He strives to continuously build skills and knowledge both in Business and Technology to drive business, and harness human resource skills.
Ojok is a trusted advisor to business partners, customers, and government as the country goes through its digital transformation journeys.
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