The election final tally sheet shows that Tumukunde won Entebbe Comprehensive Secondary School [A-BUS] with 371 votes representing 62 per cent of the total votes cast and Kawafu Namagembe's Place (NAM-Z) with 454 votes representing 51 per cent of the total votes cast.
Najjemba, a bio- statistician at Nsambya Hospital, was contesting for LCIII Chairperson Division A garnered 2,062 votes, followed by Farouk Muyimbwa with 1,175 votes, John Abiine (237 votes) and Duncan Gracious Kato with 104 votes.
Mutebi, the Entebbe Division A chairperson defeated businessman Fabrice Rulinda, with 5,437 votes against Rulinda’s 3,474 votes. He polled a total of 5,437 votes while Rulinda got a total of 3,474 votes.
The commitment was made at the end of a three-day retreat on "Enhancing the voice and action on integrity and ethical conduct for religious leaders in Uganda." The retreat held at Lake Victoria Serena Hotel, Kigo, was organized by the Inspectorate of Government, the Directorate of Ethics and Integrity, GIZ and the Inter-Religious Council (IRC).
For instance, in Bugabo, where Ssenyondwa resides, he won with 169 voted while Lwanga and Ssematimba had two votes each.
However, Kivumbi recorded in the declaration forms that Ssematimba and Lwanga had each garnered 502 votes in Bugabo.
The polling stations were expected to open at 8 am for verification of voters starts at 9 am and polling at 11 am.
However, those at Entebbe Mayor's Garden, Katabi Namate, Lake Victoria Primary School Entebbe in Kakeeka village among others had not opened by 9:30am.
Ssekyondo, who was one of the polling agents for Democratic Party’s candidate Henry Nteza, was arrested on Thursday with Rodric Kiwewa, Paul Niwagaba and Ronald Serunjogi, all DP supporters for allegedly instigating violence against supporters of the National Resistance Movement-NRM party.
On Wednesday, the village youth committee leaders from the division were expected to vote for the parish youth committee leaders. But, even though the election was held smoothly, the situation went out of hand when supporters of the NRM candidate Michelle Mwetta contested the outcome of the process.
Dr Lulume Bayiga, the former Secretary-General of the Democratic Party said there is need to engage other people and political organizations to ensure that they all agree on an opposition candidate to contest against the ruling National Resistance Movement.
In four polling stations at Kitende Community Centre, polling started at 11am, to the irritation of voters who had lined up since 6am. Electoral officials are tight-lipped on what could have caused the five-hour delay in an area that has easy access.
According to a source who attended the meeting, Rwabwogos candidature was viewed as a threat to cohesion within the party and subsequently dropped, leaving his major rivals, Major General Matayo Kyaligonza and Major General Kahinda Otafiire.
The resolution came after members declined to endorse Ernest Kalibbala as President and Hussein Kashillingi as Vice President of the Society. The two had been declared by the Returning Officer before this Annual General Meeting on ground that they were unopposed.