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Finance Officials Grilled Over Borrowing to Finance 2021 Elections

23 Jan 2020 · According to the EC Chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama, they are in a crisis due to lack of funding amounting to Shillings 518.944 billion for the 2021 elections.

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Finance Officials Grilled Over Borrowing to Finance 2021 Elections Ministry of Finance 1 4

According to the EC Chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama, they are in a crisis due to lack of funding amounting to Shillings 518.944 billion for the 2021 elections.
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President’s Office Seeks UGX 61.7b for Swearing in Ceremony, RDCs 2021 elections 1 3

The Minister in charge of the presidency Esther Mbayo says that her office had received a budget allocation of only 7.7 billion Shillings for the facilitation of RDCs out of the required 11.2 billion leaving a funding gap of 3.5 billion. According to the Minister, facilitation for RDCs has not experienced any enhancement for a long time despite the increase in the number of districts.
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CSOs in Acholi Root for Increased Civic Awareness of Voters Action Aid Uganda 1 4

The CSOs that operate in Gulu, Kitgum, Pader, Lamwo, Agago, Omoro, Nwoya and Amuru districts asserted that educating the electorates is the surest way to increase motivation to turnout so that election results might better match the will of the people.
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2021 Election Theme Of Eucharistic Christmas Vigil at Rubaga Cathedral Rubaga Division 1 1 Top story

Father Bbuye said there is no greater love than the one God revealed on the night of Jesus birth – without it redemption plan for mankind would have been impossible. He encouraged Christian to emulate Joseph in obedience to the words of angel Gabriel to take mother Mary as his wife.
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Double Registration Mars Update of Voters Register in Nebbi 3

Guidelines issued by the EC Chairman Justice Simon Byabakama Mugenyi bars double registration of voters. However, polling officials have expressed concern over the low turn up of voters and numerous cases of double registration at polling stations across the district.
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Apaa Residents Protest Plans to Close Polling Stations Apaa Township 1 6

The polling stations that are planned to be closed include Apaa Health Centre II, Apaa Primary School and Apaa Market. They were created during voting in 1980.
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Tear Gas, Gunshots As Police Disperse FDC Supporters In Mbale 2 1

Police fired teargas canisters to disperse the FDC party supporters who had turned up for the rally and had waited for over 5 hours.