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17:34
17:34

Bulucheke Outgoing Student Leaders Hand over Power to Teachers 1 2

Leaders like Victory Kakala the head boy, Faith Wetsetse the head girl, Beatrice Katisi the Speaker and Ben Wakwale the UNSA Chairperson among others said they were supposed to have retained power until they elect new leadership in the school, but because they have to proceed to the next level, that it was thought wise for them hand over power and prepare for other things since nobody is born with power".
11:05
11:05

Councillor Arrested For Blocking Parlimantary Candidate From Campaigning 1

Mufuma was picked up on Monday together with several others for blocking Modoi from canvassing support in the sub-county on grounds that they don’t support NRM candidates.
09:46
09:46

NRM Youths Storm Party Office Over Cash 2 1

It is claimed that NRM Party gave 50,000 shillings per village to be given to 23 selected youths per village who shall coordinate the votes for NRM party president and flag bearers at village level.
09:47
09:47

Bududa Residents Protest Poor State of Bridges 8 3

Residents say the poor state of the bridge has made it difficult for them to transport their produce to the markets. They also say that their pleas to the authorities to work on the bridges have not yielded any results.
16:19
16:19

Muntu Endorses John Baptist Nambeshe ANT 1 1 Top story

Addressing voters at Bunamubi trading center in Bududa on Monday, Muntu hailed Nambeshe who defected from the ruling National Resistance Movement- NRM for the truth he has always exhibited and his opposition to the removal of the presidential age limit amidst all intimidation, saying he is the true leader to work with should people vote him into power.
18:50
18:50

Amuriat Pledges to Stop Bududa Landslides 1 1

Amuriat criticized the ruling government for concentrating on relocation other than finding out what causes landslides to come up with solutions for them, something that he says is more dangerous and exhausts the taxpayer.
12:33
12:33

EC Ejects Two Candidates from the Bududa Woman Parliamentary Race 1 2 Top story

Justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi however, says it is the Commission findings that at the time of the nomination, both Agness Khainza Shiuma and Esther Wetsese Lois didn’t present the copy of the gazette in, which the change of particulars was published in compliance with section 36 of the registration of persons Act 2015.
12:55
12:55

Peasants Quit Emyooga After Failing to Raise Basic Fee 3

Sam Wakoko the chairperson of the group says he has failed to mobilize members to pay 10,000 each as some of them are telling him they do not have anything to feed their families, forcing them to quit. He says this problem affects other groups as well.
13:19
13:19

NRM Cadres Refuse to Vote Party Flag Bearers "who Cheated" 2021 Elections 3

According to them, a number of their strong candidates who contested during the NRM Primaries were cheated and so they are going to vote them regardless of the party because they are the capable people whom they wanted not those whom who cheated them, adding that a number of those holding the flag for NRM in the district were not genuinely voted.
16:48
16:48

Unfulfilled Pledges Haunt Incumbents in Bududa District 2021 Elections 1

The candidates who include Isaac Modoi and Esther Wetsetse vying for the Lutseshe County and Bududa Woman MP Seat respectively have taken advantage of the unfulfilled pledges by the incumbent candidates to request for votes from the people of Bududa.
15:14
15:14

Bududa Residents Unhappy with Candidates Fulfilling Pledges During Campaigns 1

Sam Kituno a resident of Nalwanza Sub County said that when the candidates were campaigning in 2016, they were promised heaven on earth. For instance, ambulances, money for Savings groups, scholarships and many others but after winning, they have never returned.
09:56
09:56

Bududa Woman MP Campaigns: Voters Task NTV's Agnes Nandutu to Present Husband 3

Annet Muyama, a resident of Nabweya Sub County, says marriage is a sign of respect and responsibility, saying they cannot entrust someone who isn’t married because they can easily abandon the constituency when they get married elsewhere and deny them representation.
08:50
08:50

Bukibokolo Residents Stop Bududa NRM Chairman from Campaigning for Museveni 4

Arajab Waniala, a resident of Bukari parish, said Museveni often concentrates in opposition strongholds leaving areas like Bududa, which have supported in successive elections.
16:22
16:22

Independents Give Bududa, Manafwa NRM Officials Sleepless Nights 5 1

Base Catherine Wakwaale, the Bududa District NRM Women League Chairperson, says, independents are weakening the party because of their potential to divide the votes with the official candidates.
09:09
09:09

Independent Candidates Shun Kadaga’s Reconciliation Meeting in Bududa 2

The four electoral areas have altogether attracted 19 candidates. But 12 of these are independent candidates, who lost the NRM party primaries, before seeking nomination as independent candidates.
13:10
13:10

Independents Outnumber Party Candidates in Bududa 1 1

The Woman MP Seat has attracted 4 candidates who are Khainza Justin Mukuwa of NRM facing Khainza Agnes Shiuma, Agnes Nandutu, and Esther Wetsetse all Independents.
19:03
19:03

NRM Losers in Bududa Accuse NUP Boss of Sponsoring “Fake” Candidates 2

In a joint October 1st, 2020 petition addressed to the NRM party National Chairperson, the primary election losers allege that Nambeshe sponsored Khaukha Mukobe to run against the former Kumi Resident District Commissioner, Hussein Kato Matanda for the Manjiya County NRM party ticket.
22:17
22:17

Kadaga Bitter with URA for Taxing Albino Lotion Health 3 3

Wilson Watira, the Bududa District LCV Chairperson said told the speaker that Bududa is one of the districts with the highest number of Albinos in the country who need to be helped.
13:07
13:07

Kyambogo Varsity Delivers Relief to Mudslide Victim bududa district 4 1

Yonasan Bululu, the Bududa District LC V Vice Chairperson, suspended the distribution, saying they couldnt distribute relief items with the charged crowds.
12:14
12:14

We Won't Have Voters After Relocation - Bududa Leaders kyambogo university 1 6

Yonasan Bululu, the Bududa District Vice Chairperson has expressed fears that the relocation of the landslides victims is likely to depopulate the district. This according to Bululu is likely to deny them voters since it will render the district no more after the people they lead are taken away. He together with the district leadership are advocating for relocating of survivors within the district.
Dec 27 results