The race attracted seven candidates. They include Agnes Kirabo of the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM, Kasumba Gyaviira of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC and independents; Ivan Bwowe, Simon Sennyonga, Abdul Ziritwawula, Micheal Katongole and Alvin Sembatya.
Wycliffe Mpinga, a delegate from Makindye Sabagabo division in Wakiso district said they spent a lot of money to travel from their areas to Mubende district, arguing that paying them Shillings 530,000 is unfair.
Kibuuka was beaten by Muhereza Michael Ntambi who polled 50,140 votes to win the three-man race and Lauben Mutabaazi who got 12,477 votes to become the runners up. Kibuuka trailed in the third position with 10,135 votes, according to results declared by Moses Kiberu, the NRM registrar in the district.
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.
Lubega polled 10,964 votes to secure the party ticket to contest for the parliamentary seat. The incumbent MP Anthony Semmuli got 2,419 votes followed by Ramadhan Akankwasa with only 432 votes, according to results declared by the district NRM registrar Moses Kiberu.