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Bunyoro Voters Demand Violence Free Elections

The voters say that the Electoral Commission should play its crucial and critical role by ensuring that the elections are free and fair.

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Voters in the Bunyoro sub-region are demanding for violence-free elections as the country gears for tomorrow’s Presidential and Parliamentary elections.   

The voters say that the Electoral Commission should play its crucial and critical role by ensuring that the elections are free and fair.  They also want the losers in the elections to accept defeat or use all the legal means available to challenge the elections rather than resort to violence.

Ibrahim Lutaya, a voter in Kikuube district says any situation that could put this country into agony after the elections must not be tolerated. He wants the electoral commission to take charge of the whole electoral process to ensure that peace prevails in the country.

//cue in;”togenda mukasera mu…

Cue out:…bafe muja kaleta.”//

Brian Asaba, a Boda Boda rider in Hoima City calls on all youths across the country to ensure that they desist from any forms of violence during and after the elections saying violence could lead to bloodshed, death and destruction of the economy.  

//cue in;”Tukwenda kabe ka…

Cue out:…obwomezi obukwija mumaiso.”//

Fred Twinomujuni, a voter in Kakumiro district says voters should do everything within their means to reject violence and agitate for free, fair and peaceful elections.

//cue in;”Ngere nyowe ki…

Cue out:…Ekizibu kyabantu kufa.”//  

Gabriel Dema, a voter in Hoima City says violence in elections must not be tolerated since they are meant to destabilize the country.

  //cue in;”Tube Mulingo to…

Cue out:… ha business ze.”// 

Jasper Baguma, a voter in Buliisa Wants the Electoral Commission to conduct a credible free and fair election as stipulated in the constitution.

//Cue in: “on my side… Cue out:…kind of violence.”//    

Paul Bukenya, the spokesperson of the electoral commission says the commission has finalized all the processes to ensure that the elections are successful.

Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson says as security personnel, they are ready to ensure that there is peace during the whole electoral process.

He says police is ready to deal with anyone who will cause mayhem during the elections.

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