The Acting Chairman of the Commission Dr. Katebalirwa Amooti told journalists today that this is necessary in the wake of digital campaigns where the public is using social media platforms to reach the electorate.
Kadaga polled 6,776 votes against Namuganza’s 3,882 votes to retain her seat. In the aftermath of her victory, Kadaga praised NRM voters for enduring intimidation from state agencies to vote for her, adding that she was particularly proud of the ministers and members of parliament who stood by her amidst threats by Ruth Nankabirwa.
Kirunda Kijejinja, the third Deputy Prime Minister said the coming of coronavirus which hindered the holding of the usual national delegates’ conference at Namboole stadium, shows how the country has progressed technologically.
The Minister in charge of Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs Betty Amongi told journalists earlier today, that the city task force had inspected several commercial buildings especially arcades which were opened in July and found that several of them were not observing standard operating procedures.
Dan Fred Kidega, the Factory’s Board Chairperson says only 3,000 of over 30,000 acreages of sugarcane in both Lamwo and Amuru Districts are ready to supply raw materials to support despite fire perils that razed down over 100 acres of growing cane.
According to results declared by the NRM Electoral Commission Chairman Dr Tanga Odoi, this morning, Kadaga scored 6,776 votes against Namuganza’s 3,882 votes. The two ladies who both hail from Busoga region with one representing Kamuli district and the other Bukhono County in Namutumba district have fought a bitter campaign.
The proposal, which had been approved by Parliament as part of the recent constitutional amendment process, was thrown out by the constitutional court and later the Supreme Cour. The judges argued that the MPs needed to seek a fresh mandate from the voters and that the term extension could only happen under specific circumstances like the State of Emergency.