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21:21
21:21

Woman Lynched for Killing Husband 2 1

Polly Muhangi, the Hamurwa Sub County LC III Chairperson says that Niwagaba returned home around 5PM on Friday and found his wife with another man in their marital bed. According to Muhangi, the Naturinda connived with her lover who is still at large to kill her husband.
20:56
20:56

Pictorial: How NRM Members Discarded SOPs in Kawempe North Primaries NRM Primaries Top story

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all voters appearing at polling stations were required to wear a face mask, wash hands and maintain physical distance of at least one meter to avoid infection.
20:38
20:38

Transport Glithes Delay NRM Poll Results in Kalangala

Hebert Bakiika, the NRM electoral officer in Mazinga Sub-County says that the office failed to improvise a boat to transport the results, yet still, some electoral villages voted on Saturday morning because of the delayed delivery of election materials.
20:33
20:33

Woman Killed as Security Battles Bugiri Voters NRM 1 Top story

According to our reporter, the voters decided to storm the police station after Bugiri District NRM party registrar to declare a winner between the incumbent, Agnes Taka Wejuli and Hadija Babi.
20:25
20:25

Minister Okello Engola Secures Oyam North NRM Flag 2

Engola was declared NRM flag bearer on Saturday by the District NRM Registrar Geoffrey Ogwal at Rainbow Hotel in Oyam Town Council, Oyam district. He now waits to face off with either Crispus Ayena Odongo, Dr Eunice Apio Otuko, Andrew Oboke Edonga and David Okello Ogole, who are now pursuing the UPC party flag.
20:13
20:13

MPs Ssembatya, Nakate Reject NRM Primaries Results NRM Primaries 2020 5 1

With 3,381 votes, Ssembatya came third in a race won by his political arch-rival Patricia Magara who garnered 8,340 votes, followed by Abubaker Kalume, the other contender who polled 7,150 votes. Ssembatya has represented Katikamu South for one term.
19:56
19:56

Sheema South NRM Results Cancelled Amid Vote-Rigging Accusations 4 1 Top story

The cancellation came after a series of meetings held to resolve disagreements between the aspirants who accused each other of vote-rigging. The six aspirants included Prof Ephraim Kamuntu, Prof Elijah Dickens Mushemeza, Nickson Banduho Tugume, Moses Mwebesa, Yorokamu Bategana and, Benson Kamugisha Tumuhimbise.
19:13
19:13

Hoima Woman MP Harriet Businge Loses NRM Flag elections 2 1

Businge polled 12,877 votes while Wembabazi had 13,934 votes. the other contestant Juliet Kusiima came third with 484 votes, according to the results which were read by Hoima NRM Registrar Brian Mugenyi at Kitara secondary school tally centre.
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.
18:19
18:19

NRM Cancels Gulu District Woman MP Results over Malpractices Aswa county

According to provisional results prior to the cancellation of results, of the three candidates, Betty Atim was leading the race with 2,707 votes, her closes rival Sharon Balmoi had polled 2,664 votes while Maya Auma had 581 votes.
18:13
18:13

Kamwenge Woman MP Aspirant Rejects Results Frank Tumwebaze 1

Bahireira, who pulled 25,453 votes, was defeated by the incumbent Dorothy Azeirwe Kabaritsya who garnered 37,938 votes.
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.
17:55
17:55

Shyaka Wins NRM Primaries in Entebbe Municipality 3

Shyaka, contesting for the first time garnered 2,970 votes while the incumbent Rosemary Tumusiime Bikaako got 1,250 votes.
17:39
17:39

Irene Muloni, Minister Kitutu Win NRM Primaries in Bugisu Region 2

Kitutu polled 46,851 votes to defeat her arch-rival Rose Mutonyi, who was switching from the Bubulo West Parliamentary seat, and Miss Curvy Executive Director Ann Mungoma. Mutonyi polled 18,462, according to results which were declared by the Manafwa district NRM registrar Johnson Wasike.
17:33
17:33

Opponent Questions Ssekandi’s Victory in NRM Primaries 2 1 Top story

Luswata says that while his rivals were making last-minute preparations for the elections, he was arrested by police only to be released after the polling had begun on Friday, which denied him a chance to organize and deploy polling agents.
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.
16:57
16:57

Journalist Trounces MP Kakooza

Mbabazi polled 12,129 votes representing 52.58 percent of the total votes cast. Kakooza came second with 7,604 followed by Jackson Ndayiro in the third position with 2493 votes and Musindi with 797 votes.
16:52
16:52

Incumbent MPs Dominate Winners in Moroto NRM Primaries 2020 NRM primaries 1

According to the results, Matheniko County MP, John Baptist Lokii beat off competition from his close rival Paul Olo to win the party flag with a difference of 41 votes. However, results from three villages were cancelled over allegations of manipulation of the register and falsification of results.
16:52
16:52

Release of Arua Central Results Halted Robert Ejiku 2 3

Voting in the two cells was on Friday characterized by chaos which affected the outcome of the exercise. The provisional results put Jackson Atima in the lead with 4,093 against 3,956 of Robert Ejiku while Godfrey Obiga and Mubarack Khalfan trailed with 684 and 87 respectively.
Sep 2020 52 results