Muwonge garnered 31,830 votes while his closest rival and National Unity Platform-NIP candidate Harriet Nakwede got 31,308 votes.
Harriet Nakwede puzzled after declaration of her NRM rival Andrew Muwonge.
Electoral Commission has declared Andrew Muwonge, the winner of the Kayunga LCV
Muwonge who contested on the NRM party ticket was declared the winner by the
District Returning Officer, Jennifer Kyobutungi on Friday.
Muwonge garnered 31,830 votes while his closest rival and National Unity
Platform-NIP candidate Harriet Nakwede got 31,308 votes.
Majid Nyanzi an independent candidate got 1,287
votes, Jamir Kamoga another independent candidate got 279, Boniface Bandikubi 470, and
Anthony Waddimba 158.
However, Nakwede has protested the results and accused the Electoral Commission of inconsistencies. She says that the polls were marred by ballot stuffing,
bribery and illegal arrest of her campaign agents, and alternation of results.
seat fell vacant after the death of Muhammad Ffeffeka Sserubogo, who died a month
after occupying the office.