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13:08
13:08

Political Aspirants Protest Charges on Campaign Posters, Billboards party primaries 4 1

According to the notice dated August 14, all aspirants for Parliamentary Seats are supposed to pay 100,000 Shillings, aspirants for all district seats, and LC III leadership seats are expected to pay 50,000 Shillings, while Town Councilors will pay 30,000 Shillings. Billboards will separately be charged a fee ranging between 30,000 and 50,000 Shillings each, depending on their sizes.
19:56
19:56

Speaker Kadaga, Oulanyah Win In Greater Luweero NRM CEC elections 1

According to the provisional results announced by district registrars in Luweero, Nakaseke and Nakasongola the two beat rivals in major landslide.
18:39
18:39

Nadduli's Disqualification Generates Mixed Reactions in Luweero abdul nadduli 1

Nadduli also castigated candidates who wanted him go citing his age saying these must first do the same on NRM Chairperson Yoweri Museveni.
08:52
08:52

NRM Special Interest Groups Elections Unnoticed in Luweero Villages older persons 4

A random survey conducted in Luweero, Wobulenzi town councils and Butuntumula sub-county indicated that there was no election activity at the villages on Friday. Several NRM Village Chairpersons and Special Interest Group voters told URN that they were not aware of the exercise.
12:42
12:42

Civil Servants Given Ultimatum to Resign before Joining Politics retire 1

The instruction was given by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Local Government Ben Kumumanya through a circular to all Chief Administrative Officers and Town Clerks. In the circular, he asked the accounting officers to instruct all persons with political interests to adhere to election guidelines and Public Standing Orders.
12:59
12:59

FDC Embarks on Rejuvenating Party Structures in Luweero Ahead of 2021 Elections 3

Joyce Ssebugwawo the FDC Vice President for Buganda region says that they have directed leaders and supporters in Luweero to fill the vacant posts to ensure continuity of the party. Ssebugwawo says that they have also directed the district leadership to replace leaders who are no longer competent and recruit new members ahead of the general elections.
19:19
19:19

LCI Chairpersons Protest Registration of Non Residents in Voters Register Execrise 2 1

Steven Ndugga the LCI Chairman of Nakikota village says that the Luweero Sub County Youths Councillor Isma Nasur transported several people in taxi and were registered during exercise conducted at the parish.
17:56
17:56

Low Turn UP Mars Update of National Voters’ Register in Luweero Town 1 4

At Kiwogozi Parish, the Enrolment Officer Shamim Namanda said each day less than 10 people turn up for the exercise despite the high number of voters spread in the five polling stations in the parish.
12:10
12:10

PWDs Doubt Efficiency of Voters’ Register Verification 4

The fears come just a day after the Electoral Commission embarked on a nationwide exercise to verify the particulars of voters on the National Voters’ Register and to identify all Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in each village. This is in preparation for the 2020-2021 General Elections.
17:53
17:53

Luweero Leaders Divided On Independents Electoral reforms 3

Shafik Ntege the Luweero District National Resistance Movement Administrative secretary and Godfrey Kaddu defended the amendment saying they will help to strengthen the parties and instill discipline in members.
17:09
17:09

Reorganization of Polling Stations Kicks Off 2

Ronald Ndawula, the LC 5 Chairperson Luweero District has welcomed the exercise, saying overcrowded and distant polling stations had led to low voter turnout in past elections. He explains that some voters opt out of elections due to long distances and staying in queues for long.
14:38
14:38

EC Warns Observers Against Reporting Live Events 2

Etomaru says this wrong because the observers relay news reports without verifying them. She says EC intends to organize a workshop to remind the observers their code of conduct and guidelines, saying those who behave to the contrary will be dealt with.
21:38
21:38

Police Commanders, EC Officials Disagree On Early Campaigns ec road map 1 4

Joy Namulindwa, an aspirant for the Luweero District Woman parliamentary seat, says they commit no offense to consult and market themselves ahead of the general elections. Namulindwa asks police to ensure EC implements the roadmap rather than threatening aspirants.
17:19
17:19

Compilation of NRM Register Fails To Kick Off 1 Top story

Rogers Mulindwa, the Spokesperson of the NRM Party secretariat, says the exercise has delayed due to the busy schedule of the Party Chairperson, Yoweri Museveni who is engaged in tours to sensitize Uganda on the Operation Wealth programme.
12:08
12:08

Seven Aspirants in Early Campaign to Oust Luweero Woman MP 1 5

The Aspirants include former legislator Brenda Nabukenya and Rebecca Nalwanga, Councilors Joy Namulindwa and Aisha Kayaga, the District Secretary for Education Zenar Merycillar Ali, one Prossy Najjuka and businesswoman Cissy Mulondo.
18:48
18:48

Presiding Officer Rescued from Angry Mob in Luweero lc1 polls 3 4

The voters turned rowdy moments after Kabugo declared Christopher Ssempijja as the winner of the race which had attracted three candidates. Ssempijja was contesting against Ronald Mutebi and Mike Kasule.
10:48
10:48

LC Elections: Luweero Police Arrests One for Vote Buying lc1 polls 1 2

The Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson Paul Kangave says that Police picked Kalyango and is detained at Zirobwe Police Station where she is facing charge of vote buying.
22:14
22:14

EC Rejects Calls to Extend Updating Village Registers lc elections 2

In a survey conducted by URN in Luweero town on Monday, between 10-100 residents managed to register for the village polls per village. Some of the villages visited included Binyonyi, Kavule, Galuweero, Kizito and Lumu zones among others.
20:57
20:57

NRM District Offices Empty Ahead of LCI Polls nrm secretariat 3

In February this year, all party district officials were sacked as part of a restructuring exercise aimed at formalizing operations of human resource. The district party offices initially had an Administrative secretary, a registrar and an Office Attendant.
07:15
07:15

Bishop Orders Priests To Remain Non-partisan in LC 1 Elections lc elections 3 2

Bernard Ssenyonjo, a Lay leader from Kalungi Church of Uganda in Nakasongola, said he took oath to only serve God and doesnt want to pay allegiance to earthly leaders, saying he will skip the elections.
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