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07:59
07:59

Mbarara City Suspends Boda Boda Election road 2 2

James Mwesigye, the Mbarara Resident City Commissioner, warned against further protests, threatening strong action if they continue.
11:39
11:39

Five Nominated for Hoima LCV Chairperson Race election 3

The nominated candidates are Uthman Mubarak Kadir Mugisa of the National Resistance Movement-NRM party, Patrick Musinguzi of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC, Moses Aguda of the National Unity platform-NUP, Lenox Mugume of the National Economic Empowerment Dialogue (NEED) party and Vincent Muhumuza Savana who came on independent ticket.
08:22
08:22

FDC Chairpersons in Eastern Uganda Challenge Their Top Leaders to Desist from Division election 1 3

During a press conference in Jinja City Wednesday, the district party leaders urged their top party officials to engage in internal dialogues to resolve conflicts rather than airing their differences in the media. They believe that publicizing these disagreements has damaged the party's reputation in the eyes of the public and has led to a decline in active support from grassroots members.
08:25
08:25

Omukama Iguru Disturbed by Election of Bugungu Cultural Leader 4 1 Top story

In a message delivered by Andrew Byakutaga, the Prime Minister of the Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom, Iguru emphasized the importance of maintaining unity and peace among his subjects, and declared that he will not allow anyone to cause division or commotion.
10:06
10:06

Jinja Central Market Election Postponed to Later Date contestant 2 1

Earlier on Tuesday evening, the Jinja Resident City commissioner, Darius Nandinda told URN that they covered a meeting with the two contestants, who unanimously agreed to vote from a neutral venue outside the market premises.
08:10
08:10

Clan Leaders Disagree on Newly Elected Kigulu Chief family

One of the clan leaders, Sirimani Mwiko told journalists on Saturday that, the Kigulu throne is hereditary and there was no need for them to elect someone outside the late Gologolo's family.
18:58
18:58

James Kubeketerya Retains Bunya East Parliamentary Seat election

Majegere petitioned the court on grounds that Kubeketerya's camp was involved in the intimidation of voters and voter bribery, which enabled him to illegally win the election.
19:01
19:01

Mwiru Loses Bid to Eject Igeme from Parliament election 2 1

Nabeta won the race with 5,621 votes against his closest challenger, Paul Mwiru who contested on the Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) party ticket who got 5,355 votes. But Mwiru challenged the outcome of the polls on grounds that Nabeta connived with Electoral Commission officials to engage in election malpractice.
07:27
07:27

EC to Blacklist Staff Implicated in Malpractice election 4 1

Speaking to political leaders and civil society organization-CSO actors, during the post-election evaluation meeting held at Iganga district headquarters last Friday, Mastiko said that they have put in place a system where all their staff implicated in jeopardizing the smooth execution of the electoral process shall be registered.
07:41
07:41

Court Rejects Abdul Katuntu's Witnesses over Inconsistencies Bugweri 1

Galisonga, a candidate of the Forum for Democratic change-FDC party petitioned the court challenging Katuntu’s declaration as the elected Member of Parliament for Bugweri County citing malpractices in the January 2021 general election.
15:35
15:35

Court Dismisses Election Petition Against Bukooli Central MP decision 3 1

Justice Serukuma further stated that Ngiya failed to raise the required number of 500 registered voters in support of the petition.
16:09
16:09

Court Throws Out Election Petition Against Kagoma County MP parliament 1 2

Walyomu’s lawyer, Ben Ssemanda told URN that his client complied with all the legal requirements while changing his name in 2009, adding that there was no need for the petitioner to sue him over the same.
09:31
09:31

Court Dismisses Electoral Petition against Jinja South Division Mayor judgment 1

Nasser Ashraf was declared the winner of the South Division mayoral seat with 6,910 votes while Musisi, his main challenger polled 4,973 votes. Musisi however contested the results arguing that the election was marred with irregularities, which affected the final outcome of the exercise.
20:44
20:44

Salamu Musumba Withdraws Petition against Kadaga Uganda 2 1

Musumba had filed the petition before the High Court in Jinja faulting both Kadaga and Electoral Commission for allegedly orchestrating irregularities, which affected the outcome of the January 2021 general election.
21:09
21:09

Court Dismisses Katuntu’s Affidavits Filed Out of Time election 4 1 Top story

During the hearing on Tuesday, Galisonga’s lawyer, John Isabirye explained that they filed their petition on March 24, 2021, and the first respondent filed their response on April 6, 2021. He noted that it was inappropriate for the respondents to file supplementary affidavits three months later.
10:36
10:36

Jinja North Division Loser Withdraws Election Petition applicant

Bidondole on Saturday said that he has resolved to withdraw the petition due to public interest. He however declined to divulge more details.
17:52
17:52

Busoga Kingdom Reacts to Kadaga’s Loss of Speakership leader 1

“As a kingdom, we are under no obligation to make political commentary over the election processes of the speaker of parliament of the republic, but we cannot say that, all is well with us, because our prayer was that we get more and more of our illustrious sons and daughters in more lucrative positions without losing any, we didn’t see this coming and we didn’t know the scheme was deep, well calculated and spirited,” he said in a statement.
20:25
20:25

Heavy Deployment in Jinja, Kamuli After Kadaga’s Defeat For Speakership election 2

By 6:00pm, uniformed and plain clothed security personnel were seen patrolling different streets where several youths had reportedly planned to launch their protests.
17:30
17:30

Court Grants Salamu Musumba Substituted Service election 1 2

On Thursday, Justice Luswata however, argued that, since election petitions are matters of public interest, it was prudent to follow the right rules and procedures involved in serving such petitions, to avoid cases of prejudice. Luswata further directed the petitioner to serve the respondents’ lawyers with certified copies of the petition in two days.
May 203 results