Unlike previous elections where Museveni won in both districts, he lost to the National Unity Platform (NUP) candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu also known as Bobi Wine. Bobi Wine won Buvuma district with 64 per cent of the total votes cast while Museveni scored 32 per cent, a drop from the 57 per cent score against Kiiza Besigye in 2016.
The election final tally sheet shows that Tumukunde won Entebbe Comprehensive Secondary School [A-BUS] with 371 votes representing 62 per cent of the total votes cast and Kawafu Namagembe's Place (NAM-Z) with 454 votes representing 51 per cent of the total votes cast.
Doreen Kembabazi,a polling assistant at A-M polling station at Bugonga Boys Primary School playground. was arrested after one of the polling agents noticed that she had issued more than one ballot paper to a voter.
The elections were cancelled last month after some political party symbols were mixed up. Peter Ssebuwufu Kitaka, the National Unity Platform-NUP party candidate was attached to the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC key symbol.
Nakyeyune, Kyeyune's sister wants the government to compensate his wife Nakanwagi because Kyeyune died on duty, "defending NRM's votes". Charles Kabagambe who was leading the protestors insists that Kyeyune took the bullet intended for Mutebi Kabwama, NRM's flag bearer in the Entebbe Municipality mayoral race, and described how the killer soldier calmly took aim from his sitting position on the patrol pick-up.
Mbagaya reportedly sanctioned the removal of President Yoweri Museveni's campaign posters which were pinned at the civil aviation head offices at Entebbe Airport, in contravention of section 78 of the Presidential Elections Act.
On Saturday, as candidates conducted the final lap of the campaigns, some of them struggled to control the crowds and eventually addressed more than 200 people. They disregarded the other standard operating procedures such as wearing a face mask, and avoiding handshakes and hugs.
He also disregarded the other standard operating procedures such as properly wearing a face mask, and avoiding handshakes and hugs, Mutebi instead wore his face mask around his neck, hugged and shook hands with voters.
Nassuna is the only female candidate in the race that attracted six contenders. Her rivals include the incumbent Vincent Kayanja De Paul (Democratic Party), Michael Mutebi from the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM, Kenneth Ssimbwa of the Alliance for National Transformation, Fabrice Rulinda, an NRM leaning Independent and former MP Mohamed Kawuma.
The posters had been pinned on the gate, the walls and other environs around the building, raising complaints that CAA is a public office which should not be seen to be advancing interests of any presidential candidate.
Orombi also noted that representatives from the different political camps should have been invited for the national thanksgiving prayers at State House.
President Yoweri Museveni promised that other political parties will be invited for such functions in the future.
When Muntu's convoy arrived at Katabi traffic lights, headed for Nakiwogo and other areas, police officers, led by Entebbe District Police Commander Michael Kasigire directed Muntu's convoy to turn to Katabi-Kitubulu playground.
" He [Museveni] is trying to control our programmes. The security services are now telling candidates where not to go. Where to go. That is beyond their authority."
The NRM candidates, led by Stephen Shyaka Gashaijja who is contesting for Entebbe Municipality MP seat said that it has been difficult to control the crowds because some of the people want to interact with the candidates as they move door to door.