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Reported Alteration Delays NRM Results in Buikwe, Kayunga

It is alleged that the results that were delivered to the district tally centre did not match what was already declared at the village level prompting contenders to protest. The new results favoured Badru Kabuye against Diana Nyago and the incumbent MP Paul Musoke.
Margret Nakavubu who won the Mukono Women MP race waiting to recieve results from the District Party Registrar Ssekanyo.

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The reported alteration of results from Njeru Municipality formerly known as Buikwe North in Buikwe district has delayed the declaration of winners from Friday's National Resistance Movement-NRM party primaries.

It is alleged that the results that were delivered to the district tally centre did not match what was already declared at the village level prompting contenders to protest. The new results favoured Badru Kabuye against Diana Nyago and the incumbent MP Paul Musoke.

This forced the Resident District Commissioner Jane Francis Kagaayi to order for a fresh tallying and scrutiny of the results from the area. However, the district party registrar James Ssejjuuko disappeared from the tally centre before the completing tally from Njeru.

Similar delays were encountered in the districts of Buvuma, Kayunga and Mukono, were results were reportedly delayed as a result of poor road networks. However, from Lugazi Municipality, Isaac Ssozi the incumbent MP Polled 7, 293 and lost the party flag to Ssenkaaba Bogeere who polled 18,078 votes.

In Buikwe South David Mutebi won with 16,535 against Elija Kinaalwa's 2,614.  In the Women's race, Diana Mutasingwa polled 50,498 to take the flag from Judith Babirye who never contested again. Immaculate Kabaale polled 9,089, Harriet Nankabirwa 8,121 and Dorah Mpiima had 998 votes at the end of the tally.

In Buikwe and Kayunga districts, the final tally of votes started at around 11 p.m after until 6 a.m on Saturday, when the tallying officers requested for a break. They returned on Saturday afternoon to complete the counting of votes for Women MPs.

John Bosco Kambale the area registrar observed a need for a speedboat for ferrying votes from the islands.

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In Bbaale County in Kayunga district, the incumbent Wilson Nsamba Kumama lost to Swalick Kakeeto Matovu after scoring 3, 763 against 5, 994 votes, Sulaiman Madada polled 4, 287 and Lilian Nabittaka 2, 940 votes, while Fred Baseke, the the incumbent Ntenjeru South MP won with 10, 796 against Patrick Nsanja Mabirizi's 8, 715 votes.

In Buvuma, the Women MP race was won by Judith Nagujja beating Jenifer Nantume Egunyu with 11,787 votes while as Robert Migadde, the incumbent Buvuma county Member of Parliament polled  14,146 votes  to defeat Ronald Wanda who received 8,113.

The Mukono district, Women MP flag was won by Margret Nakavubu with 21, 614 against Margret Nalugo's 13, 268, Sheillah Draville Amaniyo polled 2, 793 and Esther Nagawa got 865. In Nakifuma Robert Ssekitooleko scored 11, 326 against Joseph Mugambe's 4, 116 and Golira Ssemanda 1, 697.

But Nakavubu accuses the State Minister for Water Ronald Kibuule of planning chaos within the party election process.

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In Mukono South, Johnson Muyanja Ssenyonga won with 18, 151, votes followed by Francis Lukooya Mukoome with 3,787 votes and Nicholas Ssenyonyi with 441 votes. Ronald Kibuule and Abbasi Ssozi qualified unopposed for Mukono North and the Municipality respectively.

Muyanja and Kafeero also called upon their competitors to concede defeat and accept working together for the good of the party in the general elections.  Also Matovu appealed to party members in Bbaale to continue the same efforts to help NRM to win in the 2021 general elections.

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