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18:32
18:32

Incumbents in Gomba District Win NRM Party Primaries

The District NRM returning officer Paddy Ssempijja declared Emmanuel Kalule Sengo, Robinah Rwakoojo and Sylvia Nayebare winners.
18:04
18:04

Nabakooba Says Mityana Win was a Vote of Confidence 2

Nabakooba got 35,500 votes to beat her sole challenger Deborah Kyazike Kinobe who got 5,557 votes, a landslide she said is an indicator that her role in parliament has been appreciated.
17:59
17:59

3 Oyite Ojok Children Enter Lango Political Fray NRM and UPC party 6

Almost 40 years after the death of General David Oyite Ojok, three members of his family are in the running for different political positions in Lango sub region. Linda Agnes Auma, a daughter, is now the official NRM party flag bearer for Lira District Woman MP after winning in the Primaries on Friday, September 4. Her young sister Vicky Atim wants to represent Loro Sub County in Oyam District Council. Unlike Auma, Atim wants to carry the UPC flag. The two are joined by Shakila Among, a granddaughter of Oyite Ojok, who is in another political contest to represent the Youth in Lira City Council.
17:17
17:17

Kawempe NRM Members Ask Party to Scrap Voting by Lining Up NRM Primaries 2020

The members say that the fear for lining up could be responsible for low turn up in Friday's party primaries. They add that through lining up, voters interests are exposed, yet at the same time, this takes away one's political privacy.
15:48
15:48

Declaration of Results Delayed in Agago over Security Threats electoral violence

The Resident District Commissioner Who also doubles as District Internal Security Officer Jacob Amooti says security had received reports of looming chaos and notes that they were still in the process of deploying additional security at the tallying center to boost security before results are declared.
08:49
08:49

KCCA Minister Benna Namugwanya Loses Mubende NRM Party Ticket

She was defeated by Hope Grannier Nakazibwe who garnered 51, 920 votes against Namugwanya’s 18,894 votes while Sarah Lukomera trailed in the race with 15,927 votes.
06:56
06:56

Katabi Town Council Registrar In Trouble For Allegedly Altering Results 3 2

For instance, in Bugabo, where Ssenyondwa resides, he won with 169 voted while Lwanga and Ssematimba had two votes each. However, Kivumbi recorded in the declaration forms that Ssematimba and Lwanga had each garnered 502 votes in Bugabo.
Sep 2020 7 results