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06:36
06:36

UPC Wins Oyam County North By-election 3 1

Otuko Apio was declared the winner of the by- elections from Oyam District headquarters by the Oyam district returning officer Richard Onoba. She garnered 15,718 representing 49.12 per- cent of the total votes cast defeating her closest rival Samuel Engola Okello of National Resistance Movement (NRM) who got 15,161 votes representing 47.38%.
15:54
15:54

Voting Disrupted as Armed Gangsters Allegedly Rig Elections at Wanglobo Primary School 1 4

Walter Waco, the Presiding officer at Wanglobo Primary School told his supervisor that the gangsters came in a police patrol vehicle and demanded for five booklets which they took, each containing names of 50 voters ticked and brought them back to the box.
12:12
12:12

EC Chairperson Directs Security Personnel to Impound Numberless Vehicles in Oyam North 5

Byabakama argued that people driving numberless vehicles cause chaos around polling stations.
09:02
09:02

Morning Downpour Disrupts Voting in Oyam County North By-Election 1

Lawrence Omara, a voter at Iceme Town Council, arrived at the polling station at 7:30 am but was unable to cast his vote due to the rain.
09:00
09:00

Museveni Campaigns for Engola Okello NRM Party 4 1

Speaking at the last campaign rally in Iceme Town Council on Tuesday, Museveni praised the late Engola for his leadership, promotion of peace, and dedication to development. He emphasized the need for a vibrant leader like Engola in Oyam North.
08:10
08:10

Four Nominated for Oyam- North Parliamentary By- Election 3 4

Four other aspirants who picked the nomination forms including Queen Dorothy Amolo and Willy Omodo Kagere, both independent NRM-leaning, Peter Emuna, an independent, and Ishaa Otto Amiza, the former Oyam South MP didn’t show up for the nominations.
07:40
07:40

Oyam North By- Election: EC Warns Candidates Against Unscheduled Campaigns 3 2

During a media briefing at the end of the first day of nominations on Monday, Paul Bukenya, the EC Spokesperson, cautioned the candidates against engaging in campaigns before coordinating their activities with the EC, as such actions often lead to chaos and disruptions.
15:16
15:16

Oyam North By-Election: Opposition Warns Against Security Interference 4 2

Betty Aol Ochan, the Gulu City Woman MP and former Leader of Opposition in the 10th Parliament emphasized the importance of allowing Oyam North voters to freely choose their leader without any influence from security forces.
10:31
10:31

NRM Chooses Engola Okello as Candidate for Oyam North Parliamentary Seat NRM Party 5 2

The chairperson of the NRM Electoral Commission Dr Tanga Odoi declared Engola Okello the winner with 532 votes representing 62.3 percent of the total votes cast, against his opponent Queen Dorothy Amolo who had 322 votes.
15:01
15:01

Oyam NRM Primaries: Tanga Odoi Warns Candidates Against Hiding Delegates 3 1

On Saturday, Odoi told journalists that the delegates that are supposed to participate in the primaries are being secluded by different candidates in hotels within Lira and Gulu City.
11:07
11:07

Oyam North NRM Candidates Preach Unity, Reconciliation Ahead of Primary Election NRM Party 4

Willy Omodo-Omodo, one of the candidates, has called for unity among all aspirants to foster reconciliation among the people of Oyam. He emphasized that whoever is elected must prioritize the interests of the community.
09:19
09:19

EC Releases Road Map for Oyam North By-Election 3 1

The seat fell vacant after the death of Col (Rtd) Charles Okello Engola who was shot and killed by his personal bodyguard Private Wilson Sabiti.
14:17
14:17

Mukono South Parliamentary Petition Set for Second Appeal Mukono South County 1

Kayondo, a member of the Democratic Party-DP was declared winner of the election held in January 2021 with a tally of 26,512 votes against Male’s 4,831 votes. But Male challenged the process and its outcome saying that Kayondo was nominated on an invalid paper, and hoodwinked voters by using colors, symbols, and slogans of the National Unity Platform during his campaigns.
15:51
15:51

High Court Dismisses Election Petition Against Nantaba Idah Erios Nantaba 1 2

On Friday, Justice Acellam Collins ruled that the petition against Nantaba is not competent because it was properly supported by the request signatures of 500 registered voters in Kayunga district as required by the law.
16:48
16:48

Backlash as Minister Ssempijja Demands UGX94 Million over Lost Election 2021 elections 2

Ahmed Nyombi Mukiibi, the Kalungu district Local Council Chairperson expresses disappointment with the new application, arguing that it is going to reawaken the unwanted political squabbles among leaders, which is likely to affect social services delivery in the area. He challenges Ssempijja to reconsider the application, indicating that the district is grappling with serious challenges that require all leaders to work together in looking for solutions from wherever they can.
09:18
09:18

Witnesses Attached Mismatching Support Documents in Mukono Election Petition mukono high court 2 1

In the petition, Wilson Male, a candidate for the National Unity Platform accused Kayondo of voter bribery and using the National Unity Platform-NUP symbol and slogans on his campaign posters despite contesting a Democratic Party candidate in the January 2021 polls. Male says that this act did not only confuse voters but also affected the outcome of the polls.
10:39
10:39

Former ICT Minister Oblivious of EC Website Aidah Nantaba 2 2 Top story

One of the petitioner's lawyers, Gregory Byamukama asked Nantaba whether as the former ICT minister she was aware that one can use electronic ways to verify voter identification numbers on the EC website, but Nantaba denied saying such technology does not exist. Nantaba told court she was an ICT state minister from 2016-2020.
10:42
10:42

Former MP Fails to Mention the Law Governing Parliamentary Elections Aidah Nantaba 2 1

Kumama frankly told the court that although he knows what the electoral law says, he can't mention the specific law.
13:40
13:40

High Court Rejects Public Documents as Exhibits against Idah Nantaba mukono high court 4 1

Nantaba, an independent candidate garnered 47,725 votes to defeat six other candidates; Jackline Birungi Kobusingye, Margaret Nabirye, Nakaddu Brenda, Harriet Nakweede, Agatha Nalubwama and Lydia Wabuza in the race. Her closest challenger Harriet Nakweede had 37,117 votes.
11:08
11:08

Petitioner Struggles to Justify Bribery Claims Against Mukono South MP 2 2

In his petition, Male accuses Kayondo, who ran on the Democratic Party ticket of voter bribery and using the National Unity Platform-NUP symbol and slogans on his campaign posters in the January 2021 polls.
Nov 1426 results