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Hoima City Mayor Grace Mugasa Loses NRM Flag :: Uganda Radionetwork
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Hoima City Mayor Grace Mugasa Loses NRM Flag

The Victor, Kaboyo had 11,074 votes at the end of the tally, while Fredrick Alibankoha, the former LCIII Chairperson of Kahoora division in the former Hoima Municipality who also contested for the same seat came third with 1,064 votes. The results were declared by Brian Mugenyi, the Hoima district NRM Registrar last night.
Grace Mary Mugasa, the Incumbent Hoima City Mayor who lost the NRM Flag.

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Grace Mary Mugasa, the Incumbent Hoima City Mayor has lost her bid to contest for the seat on the NRM ticket. Mugasa lost the NRM party primaries to her rival Brian Kaboyo after securing only 8,459 votes in polls held on Friday. 

The Victor, Kaboyo had 11,074 votes at the end of the tally, while Fredrick Alibankoha, the former LCIII Chairperson of Kahoora division in the former Hoima Municipality who also contested for the same seat came third with 1,064 votes. The results were declared by Brian Mugenyi, the Hoima district NRM Registrar last night.

Kaboyo attributed his victory to teamwork and trust.

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Kaboyo says he wants a clean City that will attract investors who can invest in various business ventures in the city and tackle the problem of youth unemployment.

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For Hoima district, Kadir Kirungi won his bid to contest for the same seat in 2021 general elections after defeating his closest rival Vincent Muhumuza Savana, the Hoima district NRM Vice-Chairperson. Kirungi garnered 20,840 votes against Savana’s 14,377 votes.

Musa Isingoma, who also contested for the same seat came third with 572 votes while James Mugenyi Kiriti, the former Deputy Resident District Commissioner of Kyankwanzi emerged in the fourth position with 405 votes.

In Kagadi district the Incumbent LCV Chairperson Stephen Byaruhanga Mfashingambo lost the NRM Flag to his closest rival Yosia Bahunga Ndibwami. Ndibwami had 54,247 votes against Mfashingambos’s 43,186 votes. Ndibwami was declared the winner by the Kagadi NRM District registrar John Chrisestom Mikisa.

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