The successful candidates include Helen Asamo who polled 594 votes, Alex Ndezi 519 votes, Joyce Achan 458 votes and Bumali Mpindi 413 votes. Asamo, Ndezi and Achan were sponsored by the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party while Mpindi ran as an independent.
Francis Lanyo, the Democratic Party flag bearer for the PWDs position in Northern Uganda says that he was nominated on 23rd November and the time frame of three weeks is not enough for him to campaign all over the country.
Despite living with disabilities, Christine strove for the betterment of the education sector in general by personally championing an initiative of mobilizing girls within the different secondary schools to offer science subjects.
The PWDs say that the politicians have not engaged them, even as they traverse villages in the search for votes, implying that their agenda is falling short of the interests of persons with disabilities, among them the physically handicapped, as well as those with hearing and visual impairments.
The Coordinator Kasese District union of people with disabilities Peter Baluku says that since the beginning of the year, the organization has received more than 10 cases which have been reported to the police.