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17:27
17:27

EC Seeks UGX 99.5Bn for LCI Elections, Political Parties 1 5

According to Byabakama, the total cost of the elections is 90.67 Billion Shillings but only 36.15 billion has been provided in the Budget Framework Paper, leaving a shortfall of 54.52 billion. According to Byabakama, the total cost of these elections is 90.67 billion but only 36.15 billion has been provided in the Budget Framework Paper, leaving a shortfall of 54.52 billion.
16:01
16:01

Parliament Questions Delays in Procurement of New EC Offices 6 1

Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) earmarked the current EC premises at Jinja Road for construction of the Jinja-Kampala Expressway Flyover as well as the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) projects. EC was expected to vacate the Jinja Road premises by June 2021.
10:03
10:03

NUP Leaders Clash on Best Approach of Challenging Museveni Rule 4 1

Alex Waiswa Mufumbiro, the Deputy Spokesperson of NUP used the platform at Kasanje Village in the Nyendo-Mukungwe division to castigate party leaders who obtained different leadership responsibilities in parliament and other levels. He said this was weakening their spirited political movement.
15:58
15:58

Heavy Security Deployment in Kayunga in Anticipation of Protests 2 4

After Muwonge was announced winner, security personnel were deployed in Kayunga town council, Kangulumira, Busaana, and Kitimbwa town. The District Police Commander Felix Mugizi, says that they have received information that Nakwede’s supporters are planning to protest.
13:12
13:12

FDC Wins Awach Sub County LCIII Chairperson Seat 1

The Awach Sub County Chairperson seat fell vacant in February this year following the death of the then newly elected chairperson, Fred Oteka.
11:52
11:52

Law Student Wins Gulu University Guild Presidential Race With Landslide 2 1

Lapyem garnered 1,201 votes, while his closest rival Peter Gordon Ekebu came a distant second garnering 649 votes. Davis Mark Mazina garnered 288 votes while Henry Jumba trailed with 240 votes.
10:51
10:51

NRM's Andrew Muwonge Wins Kayunga LCV By-election 1

Muwonge garnered 31,830 votes while his closest rival and National Unity Platform-NIP candidate Harriet Nakwede got 31,308 votes.
10:15
10:15

NUP Candidate Wins LCIII Chairperson's Seat in Nakasongola residual elections 1 1

Anthony Mwaita Ambrose, the Nakasongola District Returning Officer declared Fred Lubinga the winner of Katuugo LCIII Chairperson by-elections after collecting 898 votes (75 per cent) against his rival Gaster Lule Musisi, the National Resistance Movement candidate who got only 302 votes (24 per cent).
09:14
09:14

NUP Candidate Protests Delayed Declaration of Results in Kayunga

Preliminary results indicate that Nakwede is leading with 35,212 votes followed by her National Resistance Movement challenger Andrew Muwonge with 20,661 votes. Independent candidates Majid Nyanzi has 1,499, Jamir Kamoga 513, Boniface Bandikubi 468 and Anthony Waddimba for DP scoring 519.
08:43
08:43

Wife Voted to Replace Late Husband in Kamwenge By-Election 3

She defeated three other candidates to take a seat that fell vacant after the death of her husband Benjamin Matovu, who passed on a few weeks after the administration of the oath. The other contestants in the race were Benon Mwebembezi, Jackson Barigye Mafene, and Wilson Katushabe.
15:53
15:53

Kayunga By-election: Candidates Ask EC to Disregard Results from Chaotic Sub Counties

According to the candidates, various cases of electoral mal-practices involving ballot stuffing, voter intimidation, and arrest of National Unity Platform-NUP polling agents have been reported in Bbaale, Kayonza, Kitimbwa, Kangurumira, Nazigo, and Kayunga sub-counties.
14:53
14:53

Low Turn Up Mars Local Gov't By-elections in Nakasongola 2 1

Fred Lubinga, the National Unity Platform candidate for LCIII Chairperson seat in Katuugo own faulted security personnel for heavy deployment which has scared some voters from turning up at polling stations.
12:26
12:26

Kayunga By-election: Voting Delayed by Non-Functional Biometric Machines 2 1

By 6.30am, a reasonable number of voters had turned up at polling stations such as Kayunga hospital ground NAM-Z, NU-NAM, A-M in Kayunga town council to check on their names in anticipation of the polls that started at 8:30 am. Elections were meant to start at exactly 7am according to EC.
12:17
12:17

Ballot Stuffing: Voting Halted at Three Kayunga Polling Stations 2 4

At Kangulumira specifically Nakyesanja polling station, the box was stuffed with over 462 ballot papers before even the bio-metric machine was brought to the station.
10:54
10:54

NUP Candidate Wins Councilor's Seat In Absentia 5 1

According to Ssaku, the elections collided with his examinations, which couldn’t enable him to stay around for the voting. He, however, says that he counted on his trusted agents and party leaders to help him in his absentia.
07:57
07:57

Kayunga By-election: Three NUP MPs, Coordinators Arrested on Election Eve

Among those arrested is Daily Monitor Journalist, Michael Kakumirizi who had traveled to spend a night at Kayunga but was picked upon arrival, Julius Mutebi, the Mayor Kira Municipality, and Nakwede’s campaign manager, Ben Kyobe.
17:34
17:34

Kayunga By-elections: EC Asks Candidates to Deploy Two Agents at Polling Station, Tally Center 4 1

During a meeting with candidates and their agents on Wednesday, the EC Chairperson Justice Simon Byabakama, said that to avoid violence only two agents of the candidates will be allowed at each polling station and two will access the tally center.
14:19
14:19

Delayed Fulfillment of Pledges Haunts Kayunga LCV NRM Candidate Kayunga By-election 1 2

In September, Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja visited Galiraya and Bbaale and promised to provide boats to aid free transportation of people across flooded areas.
12:36
12:36

Voting Delayed in Rakai Residual Elections 6 1

Joseph Mwebe, the Presiding Officer Kifamba Sub County, attributed the delay to a lack of voters. He said that the polling officials and voting materials were delivered earlier, but voting could not start.
09:16
09:16

Seven NUP Supporters Arrested in Kayunga FDC 1 3

On Tuesday, security personnel fired live bullets and teargas to disperse hundreds of NUP supporters in Kayunga Town Council who were protesting the cancelation of the final campaigns of Harriet Nakwede.
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