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20:18
20:18

DRC Pre-Election Violence Worries ICC Prosecutor

The warning follows an announcement by The Independent National Electoral Commission CENI on Thursday that it was unable to organize the vote on time, and that the poll would now take place around seven days later. The country should have gone to presidential, Parliamentary and Provincial polls on Sunday December 23rd.
20:26
20:26

Arua Detectives in Gulu to Record Statements from Detained MPs 1

Shortly after they arrived, they conducted a suspect parade and went straight into recording statements from two Members of Parliament arrested from Arua district alongside other residents.
21:05
21:05

EC Faulted for Failing to Provide Ballot Collection Kits in LC Polls ballot boxes 1

The absence of the secure boxes prompted polling officials to carry voters rolls in Khaki envelops to and from the polling stations. In Gulu municipality, some polling officials were seen improvising envelops for collecting back the voter slips bearing the seal of Electoral Commission that had issued to the voters.
20:18
20:18

Pictorial: LC Elections in Gulu Town

The clouds threatened to disrupt the polls after weeks of dry spell with drizzles clearing at about 11am in the morning. Suzan Auno, a voter in Layibi Division said the rains could not deter her from exercising her rights after a long time of waiting.
18:38
18:38

EC Suspends Elections in Disputed Apaa Villages

Michael Lakony, the Amuru district chairperson says they complained to the Commission on July 6, after they failed to find a gazetted village in Itirikwa County in Adjumani district bearing the names of Apaa in the Electoral Commission database.
09:03
09:03

Gulu University Guild Elections: Loser Challenges Results 4 1

Two weeks ago, the exercise was halted due to irregularities in the voter register after it emerged that the names of Boniface Ojengo, a candidate who had withdrawn from the exercise appeared in the ballot papers.
05:05
05:05

Lucy Achiro Bounces Back to Parliament 1 2

Achiro polled 16, 608 votes representing 64.36 percent while the National Resistance Movement Party candidate James Nabinson Kidega collected 8,450 votes, an equivalent of 32.75 percent.
16:40
16:40

Low Voter Turn Up Mar Aruu North Polls aruu north county 1

At Bur Lobo Market polling Station in Aswa ranch, where a military detach is hosted in Angagura Sub County, 803 voters registered to vote. By 1pm, however, only about 50 people had voted.
11:39
11:39

Three Injured in Aruu North Election Violence 1

More than 25 people are in custody at Pader Central Police Station after being involved in election-related violence in the ongoing Aruu North parliamentary by-election. Three people were injured, one critically.
07:51
07:51

Aruu North By-election Underway by-elections

Voters in 95 polling stations in Aruu North County in Pader district go to the polls today to elect a member of parliament. The Aruu North seat fell vacant in February following a Court of Appeal ruling that which overturned the election of Independent candidate Lucy Achiro Otim for non-compliance to electoral laws.
14:25
14:25

Aruu North Campaign Period Extended pader district

President Yoweri Museveni is expected to address two political rallies in support of the National Resistance Movement-NRM party candidate James Nabinson Kidega. The rallies will be held at Pajule Primary School and Atanga Primary School.
06:50
06:50

Pastor Okidi Wins Gulu University Guild Race 2

Simon Bikala, the Gulu University Electoral Commission Chairperson, declared Okidi winner of the Guild polls at 12:04 Am this morning.
15:07
15:07

Candidate Rejects Polling Officials in Aruu North By-election 1

Achiro is challenging the appointment of Denis Rubangakene, a presiding officer at Tumalyec polling station and five other polling assistants for various stations. She says Rubangakene testified against her in a case filed by her political Rival James Nabinson Kidega against her election last year.
18:55
18:55

Independent Candidates Dominate Aruu North Parliamentary Race 1

Earlier, Achiro was sent to court to secure an affidavit to explain disparities in the way her surname is written on her papers. Joseph Omona, the Pader district registrar said that although the name Achiro appeared on some papers with the letter h, it appeared on others without as Aciro, without h.
16:59
16:59

Lucy Achiro Nominated for Aruu North By-elections 2016 byelections

Joseph Omona, the Pader district registrar asked Achiro to secure an affidavit from court to support her documents. Omona said Achiros voter details did not match those on her academic testimonials.
09:42
09:42

Gulu LC Aspirants Promise Free Stamps For All 1

Grace Aparo, an aspirant for LC1 of Iriaga East Village in Laroo Division, says making stamps free will increase access to micro-credits for women in her village. She says with access to micro-credits, women can live better lives and send their children to school.
11:10
11:10

Omoro District Finally Constitutes Govt new districts

Councillors on Wednesday evening elected National Resistance Movement candidate Damascus Odongo, the Lakwana sub county councillor their speaker in the second round of voting.
16:14
16:14

Acholi War Debts Claimants In Fresh Leadership Wrangle

On Monday, more than 200 members of the Association led by the former chairperson, Eng. Noah Opwonya held a meeting at their new offices in Library Parish in Pece Division in Gulu municipality where they decided to oust the leadership of John Kiiza Nyeko.
12:27
12:27

I Overcame Hate Speech to Win Omoro Seat - Okello 3 1

Newly elected Omoro district chairperson, Douglas Peter Okello has said his victory is a triumph over smear campaign and hate speech that characterised the campaign period.
15:05
15:05

Omoro UPC Supporters Protest Akena's Visit 5

Benjamin Oola Ameda, the Gulu district UPC party chairperson has scoffed at the threats to block Akena.
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