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Profile! Who is the Omoro County MP Elect, Andrew Ojok Oulanyah?

By An Executive Editor

Andrew Ojok Oulanyah, is a high-caliber 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).

His bio on LinkedIn reads: “He strives to continuously build skills and knowledge both in Business and Technology to enable him to drive business, harness human resource skills, and become a trusted advisor to business partners, customers, and government as they go through their digital transformation journeys.”

Ojok is the Omoro County MP elect, having beaten off competition, garnering over 14, 000 votes in yesterday’s polls.


Until the time he went for politics, Ojok worked for National Information Technology Authority – Uganda (NITA – U). For 6 years at NITA, Ojok worked as Systems Developer and Software Licensing Lead; Project Manager SMS/USSD Gateway Project, and as I.T Support Officer and Software Licensing Lead.

Before joining NITA, Ojok worked as a freelance Web Applications Developer as well as an I.T Support Officer at Parliament of Uganda. Ojok also worked with BPO/ITES Limited.


Uganda Martyrs University

Msc. ICT Management, Policy and Architectural Design



Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science


St. Mary’s College, Kisubi

Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education – UACE


St. Mary’s College, Kisubi

Uganda Certificate of Education – UCE

2004 – 2007

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