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17:09
17:09

Bunyoro Residents Set Priorities for Elected Leaders service delivery 1 4

The residents want the leaders to put more attention on the improvement of health services, agriculture, job creation, fight corruption, land grabbing and uplift education standards among others.
17:46
17:46

NRM Sweeps Division Mayoral Seats in Hoima City

Robert Ruhigwa, the NRM candidate was announced the winner for Hoima West Division with 6,118 votes defeating his closest rival Fred Kabagyo an independent candidate who polled 3,107 votes.
15:39
15:39

Hoima West Division MP Loser Petitions Court for Recount Election 1 1

Kasule who has sued Ruyonga together with the Electoral Commission wants the court to order for a recount of all the votes cast in the Hoima West Division constituency parliamentary race and the cost of the application be paid for.
06:47
06:47

NRM's Brian Kaboyo Wins Hoima City Mayoral Race mayoral elections 2 2

The other candidates in the race were Dan Kaija of Uganda People’s Congress-UPC who had 315 votes, Rashid Tumusiime of the National Unity Platform who managed 303 votes and Wyclif Tumusiime of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC who came last with 215 votes.
09:29
09:29

Bunyoro Voters Demand Violence Free Elections election violence 5

The voters say that the Electoral Commission should play its crucial and critical role by ensuring that the elections are free and fair.
12:55
12:55

Bunyoro Kingdom Condemns Violence, Killing of Ugandans. omukama iguru 2 1

Byakutaga says security operatives acted wrongly by indiscriminately shooting at innocent Ugandans killing dozens and injuring scores adding that some of those killed, injured or arrested did not participate in the ongoing riots
15:11
15:11

Omukama Iguru Calls for Violence Free Campaigns, Elections 2 1

The Omukama stressed the need for Ugandans to work towards building a strong democracy in the country adding that instances of violence in elections must not be tolerated since they are meant to destabilize the country.
13:10
13:10

Hoima City Mayor Grace Mugasa Loses NRM Flag NRM Primaries 2 1

The Victor, Kaboyo had 11,074 votes at the end of the tally, while Fredrick Alibankoha, the former LCIII Chairperson of Kahoora division in the former Hoima Municipality who also contested for the same seat came third with 1,064 votes. The results were declared by Brian Mugenyi, the Hoima district NRM Registrar last night.
19:13
19:13

Hoima Woman MP Harriet Businge Loses NRM Flag elections 1 2

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.
13:08
13:08

NRM Halts Hoima Woman MP Primaries As Aspirant Battles for Life elections 1 1

The Chairperson of the NRM Electoral Commission Dr Tanga Odoi told URN this morning that the elections were halted after sparks of violence between supporters of the area MP Harriet Mugenyi Businge and her main challenger Beatrice Wembabazi.
16:53
16:53

Hoima Residents Threaten to Boycott NRM Primaries Over Missing Registers Party Registers 4

James Kiriti, a resident of Kigorobya Sub county, says denying them a chance to register as NRM party members is a big mistake that could deny them chance to elect leaders of their choice.
14:58
14:58

Transferred Hoima Teachers Reject New Duty Stations Transfers 4

Some of the teachers were transferred for overstaying at their work stations, poor performance and frosty working relations with the School Management Committees among others. However, the teachers have rejected the transfers, saying they are not convenient.
13:13
13:13

FDC Protests Election Results In Hoima 4 1 Top story

The election was held on Thursday this week and Harriet Mugenyi Businge the National Resistance Movement-NRM Flag bearer was declared the winner after she garnered 33301 votes while Asinansi Nyakato of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC garnered 28789 votes in the hotly contested election.
06:49
06:49

NRM Wins Hoima Woman MP By-election 3 1

Harriet Businge polled 33,301 votes beating Asinansi Nyakato of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party who garnered 28,789 votes.
18:07
18:07

FDC's Asinansi Nyakato in Early Lead results

Asinansi Nyakato, the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party candidate enjoying an early lead in Hoima Municipality.
07:25
07:25

Tight Security As polling Materials are Distributed in Hoima voting materials 1 1

The materials were distributed in the 266 polling stations in the 69 parishes of Hoima district. There are 143,273 registered voters in Hoima district.
04:08
04:08

President Museveni Promises To Solve Bunyoro Land Question campaign 1

The president made the remarks on Monday evening at two separate campaign rallies at Kabaale public primary school in Buseruka sub county and Kigorobya Muslim primary school in Kigorobya sub county Hoima district as he drummed up last minute support for Harriet Mugenyi Businge alias baby face, NRM flag bearer in the Hoima woman MP by- election.
15:31
15:31

Hoima NRM Party Members Cautioned Against Cliques Ahead Of Woman MP By-Election divisionism

The warning was sounded by Henry Muganwa Kajura, the former First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for public service who is the current NRM Chairman for Hoima district.
07:26
07:26

Bobi Wine Blasts Museveni Over Land Grabbing, Evictions in Bunyoro corruption 1 Top story

According to Bobi Wine, a number of land grabbers known to president Museveni have invaded Bunyoro sub region carrying out brutal evictions of residents but nothing is done to stop them. The legislator was speaking at the campaign rally organized by Asinasi Kamanda Nyakato, the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party candidate for the Hoima woman parliamentary by-elections at Hoima Boma grounds on Monday evening.
17:28
17:28

Bobi Wine, Zaake Receive Heroic Welcome in Hoima Democratic Change 2 1 Top story

Hundreds of people welcomed the duo in a procession at Butema trading center about 5km from Hoima town on Monday afternoon. The procession paralysed traffic for close to an Hour on Coronation road when a team of security officers comprising of UPDF soldiers and Anti-riot police blocked Bobi’s convoy from entering the town center.
Feb 73 results