Mp Nguna Bags Three Gold Medals In EALA Games

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Mwingi West Member of Parliament Hon Charles Ngusya Nguna has won Kenya Parliamentarya Athletics, the COUNTY DIARY has learnt.

Speaking to County Diary News Room from Uganda Kampala, Kenya bagged 3 gold medals for athletic for EALA courtesy of Mp Charles Nguna na Mwala mp hon Kawaya

Among those who hoisted the Kenyan flag high are among them Mwala Mp Hon Kawaya and Mwingi West Mp Hon Nguna

The 10th edition of the annual East African Community Inter-Parliamentary games kicked off with football and netball matches between Parliament of Uganda staff and their colleagues from the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA).

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Organised by EALA, the games runs at various venues in Kampala and Wakiso, the Parliamentary games are hosted by the Parliament of Uganda.

This year’s games have attracted the national parliaments of Tanzania, Kenya, Burundi, Uganda and EALA, the regional assembly.

“The Chairperson Organising Committee, Hon. Peter Ogwang said on Friday, said the games are going to be a chance to enhance relations between the participating member states.

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We hope to use this opportunity to interact and build further on the block of integration; we encourage everyone to embrace the East African Community,” Ogwang said at a press conference held at Parliament Building.

The games which are a symbol of fostering integration in the East African region will be played under the theme; “EAC one spirit, one destiny – Strengthening Integration through 10 years of Inter-Parliamentary Games.”

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The competition brings together participants from the six national parliaments, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan, and EALA, The games involved is football, netball, volleyball, basketball, athletics, golf, tug of war and darts.

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