Upon examination of the voter’s register, police discovered and polling agents of several opposition candidates discovered a mismatch between the voting data recorded by the Biometric machines and that on the voter’s registrar.
The two stations are Moneko and Kololo-Luseeta all in Kawolo division. Presiding officers for Moneko Henry Kafuko and Sula Muganga for Kololo have been arrested with three boxes each full of pre-ticked ballot papers.
MP Ssekitoleko attributed the loss of the party to lack of will to address issues affecting the electorate. He cited lack of clean water, improved roads, employment for youths and proper health services.
In Mukono, the former Member of Parliament for Mukono North and South constituency Rev Dr Peter Bakaluba Mukasa was declared the winner with 73,815 votes. Mukasa who contested on the NUP party ticket defeated the NRM party candidate Haji Harunah Ssemakula with 25,202 votes.
The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police, Luke Owesigire, says the attackers were armed with machetes, hoes, stones and sticks. They reportedly injured three people including Nuru Naluyima, Sandra Naiga and Ronald Masanso.
According to the enrollment form obtained by URN, Kyeswa registered for the national ID on August 17, 2014, indicating that he was born in 1986 meaning that he is 34 years now. He, however, registered for the second time in August 2019 indicating that he was born in 1991, which makes him 29-years-old.
Robert Kato and Daniel Mutebi were picked up on Saturday and locked up at Mukono central police station where they are said to have been tortured leading to their admission at CPR Medical Center in critical condition.
Robert Kyagulanyi, the NUP presidential candidate has appealed to the public to forgive most of the police officers that treat them inhumanely, saying they are only working on the orders of their superiors.
Unlike the opposition candidates who are campaigning jointly, each NRM candidate is campaigning separately after a series of bickering and wrangles, some of which can be traced to the party primaries held earlier.
Kalembe who was supposed to begin her campaigns in the districts of Jinja, Mayuge, Luuka, Buyende and Kamuli made a surprise appearance at the campaign gathering organised by the NUP in Mukono. The gathering brought together candidates vying for the various political positions, among them, Rev Peter Bakaluba Mukasa, Hanifer Nabukeera, and Betty Nambooze.
Previously, the district was conducting nominations at the district Electoral Commission offices. However, another office has now been established at Nakifuma sub-county headquarters. The main centre is now handling candidates from Mukono South, North, Aspirants for the District leadership position, and the municipality whereas the new centre is handling candidates from Nakifuma County.
Bakaluba, who is now contesting for the District Chairman’s seat, says his eyes were opened after training in local governance in Tokyo, Japan, two years ago, where he was introduced to the concept of people power in developing communities.