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In February 2013, Mwesigwa extended his contract with Ordabasy, after winning Kazakhstan Super Cup with them in 2012. Mwesigwa left Ordabasy in December 2014.
Mwesigwa made his international debut for Uganda in 2003.
Later on in 2015, Mwesigwa played for Yenicami Ağdelen in the KTFF Süper Lig, before leaving in January 2016. After leaving Yenicami Ağdelen, Mwesigwa went on trial with V.League 1 side Hà Nội.
In May 2015, Mwesigwa was reported to have signed a three-year contract with Bidvest Wits of the Premier Soccer League, but contract negotiations broke down and Mwesigwa did not sign for Bidvest Wits.
In January 2017, Mwesigwa went on trial with former club FC Ordabasy.
In 2015 Mwesigwa was selected as Western Uganda's "best radio personality of the year" for 2014.
Mwesigwa began his career in 2002 with Ugandan side Villa SC, before moving to Icelandic club ÍBV in 2006.
One of notable players of D.M.management is Andrew Mwesigwa, Uganda national team captain, player of Kazakhstan club, FC Ordabasy.
Andrew Mwesigwa (born 24 April 1984) is a Ugandan international footballer who currently plays for V.League 1 side Sài Gòn, as a defender.
He belongs to the National Resistance Movement political party. His interests include farming, investing in real estate and in hotels & resorts. Mwesigwa Rukutana is married to 4 wives and had fathered 15 children as of February 2010.
Edwin Mwesigwa, (born December 8, 1992), also known as DJ Edwyn, is radio presenter, and Deejay from Mbarara, Uganda. He currently works as a show host, Radio DJ and Music Director at Mbarara based radio station, 91.2 Crooze FM.
Amidst other four young directors in August 2012, he directed his first film, "Smart Attempt" written by Julian Nabunya and Abel Mwesigwa during the first season of the Movie Furnace programme. He went on to participate in the program's second season with his short film In Just Hours that had him emerge the season's winner for best short film director.
2014: The First Revised Contemporary Luganda Bible (both Old Testament and New Testament) is published by Biblica Africa. It comprises a Concordance and Names Index. The Team tasked to translate the work consisted of Mr. EKK Sempebwa, Rev. Can. Yafesi K Mwanje, Rtd Bishop Dunstan Bukenya, Mr. Solomon Mpalanyi, Rev. Can. Nelson Kaweesa, Rev Isaac Mukisa and Mr. Amos Mwesigwa Kasule.
Emmanuel Otiam Otala is a Ugandan physician and politician. He served as the State Minister for Labor in the Ugandan Cabinet from February 2009 until May 2011. Before that, he served as the State Minister of Health for Primary Care from June 2006 until February 2009. In the cabinet reshuffle of 27 May 2011, he was dropped and replaced by Mwesigwa Rukutana. He also served as the elected Member of Parliament (MP) for West Budama South Constituency, Tororo District, from 2006 until 2011. During the 2011 national elections, he lost to Jacob Marksons Oboth, an independent politician.
John Chrysestom Muyingo is a Ugandan educator and politician. He is the State Minister for Higher Education in the Ugandan Cabinet. He was appointed to that position on 6 June 2016. He previously served as the Stat Minister for Primary Education from 1 March 2015 until 5 June 2016. Before that, from 27 May 2011 until 1 March 2015, he served as the State Minister for Higher Education, having replaced Mwesigwa Rukutana in May 2011. Muyingo is also the elected Member of Parliament for Bamunanika County, Luweero District.
Mwesigwa Rukutana, is a Ugandan lawyer and politician. He is the current Deputy Attorney General of Uganda. He was appointed to that post on 1 March 2015, replacing Fred Ruhindi, who was appointed Attorney General. Prior o that, between 27 May 2011 and 1 March 2015, he served as the State Minister for Labor in the Ugandan Cabinet. He was appointed to this position on 27 May 2011. He replaced Emmanuel Otala, who was dropped from the Cabinet. Prior to that, he served as the State Minister for Higher Education, from 16 February 2009 until 27 May 2011. He is also the elected Member of Parliament (MP) for "Rushenyi County", Ntungamo District. He has continuously served in that capacity since 2001.