Sebaggala died on Saturday morning at International Hospital Kampala, according to family sources. He was 72 years old.
At IHK he was diagnosed with intussusception; a condition in which one segment of intestine inverts within another, causing an intestinal obstruction.
URN was at the vigil and brings you the pictures.
There was a heated contest between the incumbent, John Katura Musana and his sole rival Tom Maate Wa’bukombi. The election was characterised by heavy security deployment in the town council because of the high tension between supporters of the rival camp.
Police said Mayanja had disregarded all guidelines put in place by the Ministry of Health, to control the spread of coronavirus disease-COVID-19. Police used teargas to control the supporters who had become rowdy.
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.
Most of the chaos stemmed from the absence of names on the village registers, a different record from the National Voters Register. All persons whose names did not appear on the register were turned away, triggering fights.
The IPC candidate Akello Lucy was the first to vote at St Veronica Polling station Olwal trading centre in Lamogi sub county at 10;49, and then followed by Okilli Jane Frances the NRM flag bearer who voted at 11;30 am and Independent candidate Pauline Achan who voted at 13;30 from Lacor Primary school.