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Declaration Forms from 23 Polling Stations, Never Reached EC

17 Feb 2021 · The said polling stations account for 22,103 registered voters and are part of the 83 stations across the country whose results were nullified by the Electoral Commission. The highest number of these were from Kawempe North.

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Declaration Forms from 23 Polling Stations, Never Reached EC 1 4

The said polling stations account for 22,103 registered voters and are part of the 83 stations across the country whose results were nullified by the Electoral Commission. The highest number of these were from Kawempe North.
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EC Gifted Hundreds of Bobi Wine’s Votes to Katumba in Final Tally NUP 1 6

When our reporter revisited the polling station, the revelation threw whoever heard about it into laughter wondering where Katumba got such votes. “Are you talking about Katumba oyee? They asked, before erupting into laughter. That is not possible, another resident exclaimed. Several bodaboda riders near the polling station were amazed that this had happened in their area.
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Museveni Lawyers Oppose Amendment to Kyagulanyi's Presidential Petition 1 2

Lawyers for President-elect Yoweri Kaguta Museveni have said that they are to oppose amendments to the presidential petition made by their counterparts representing National Unity Platform-NUP party leader Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu.
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Electoral Commission, AG Want Kyagulanyi’s Petition Dismissed 2 1

According to the 1995 constitution as amended in 2017, a presidential candidate not satisfied with the results of the Electoral Commission has up to 15 days to file a petition in the Supreme Court challenging the results after they have been declared. The Electoral Commission declared Museveni the winner of the 2021 presidential election on January 16 with 58 % of the valid votes while Kygaulanyi the runner-up had 35%. Therefore, Kyagulanyi had up to January 31 to file his petition. However, the above deadline fell on a Sunday prompting him through his lawyers to ask court to file the petition on Saturday January 30, which was denied.
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We Trust Court to Annul 2021 Election - ANT 1 3

Ugandans went to polls on 14th January to elect their next president and on 16th January, the Electoral Commission- EC Chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama declared incumbent Yoweri Museveni the winner of the election with 5,851,037 votes representing 58.64 percent against Kyagulanyi’s 3,475,298 votes representing 34.85 percent.
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Kadaga Demands Report on Human Rights Violations During Electoral Process 1 5

Indeed one of the presidential candidates who is also a Member of this House had his freedom of movement curtailed by Security from the evening of 14th January 2021 until a Court Order was issued on Monday 25th January withdrawing the security personnel from his residence,” said Kadaga.
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Katikkiro Educates Peddlers of Tribal Voting Claims Against Baganda Buganda Kingdom 3 1

"There is no other area in Uganda where people are voted when they are not ethnically in that area like it is in Buganda. We have had many MPs who are not Baganda who have been elected in Buganda through the years, which is not very common in other areas,” Mayiga said.