Kirabo who was the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) flag bearer polled 780 votes while her closest competitor, Independent Ivan Bwowe collected 85 votes only. Also in the race was Michael Katongole who garnered 78 votes then came Simon Sennyonga in the fourth position with 49 votes while Ziritwawula Abdel Kareem collected 09 votes.
The race attracted seven candidates. They include Agnes Kirabo of the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM, Kasumba Gyaviira of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC and independents; Ivan Bwowe, Simon Sennyonga, Abdul Ziritwawula, Micheal Katongole and Alvin Sembatya.
Wycliffe Mpinga, a delegate from Makindye Sabagabo division in Wakiso district said they spent a lot of money to travel from their areas to Mubende district, arguing that paying them Shillings 530,000 is unfair.
Kyagulanyi who drove for over 30km from Mubende town on a bad road to Kasambya where he addressed his supporters for only five minutes said that it is President Yoweri Museveni who chased them out of the gold mines now allegedly occupied by his brother Godfrey Ainebyona commonly known as Sodo.
During his campaign tower of Mubende district, Katumba warned the crime preventers against participating inAddressing voters in Mubende district on Tuesday, Katumba reminded the crime preventers of the time when some individuals in government referred to them as swine and rallied them to shun their devilish acts.
Kibuuka was beaten by Muhereza Michael Ntambi who polled 50,140 votes to win the three-man race and Lauben Mutabaazi who got 12,477 votes to become the runners up. Kibuuka trailed in the third position with 10,135 votes, according to results declared by Moses Kiberu, the NRM registrar in the district.
At the display of the register on Friday, the aspirants expressed concern about some candidates who used their influence to include names of non-party members in the register while genuine members were scrapped.
According to information obtained from the office of Clerk to Council, the proposed town councils include Kyenda, Lusalira, Kalonga, Kiyuni, Ngabano, Kaboona and Kumimu. So far, Kyenda and Kalonga have been approved by the council.
Museveni, who also double as Kitenga Sub County representative, says each time they raise the matter, they are either ignores them or involve them in ‘childish games of empty promises’ by the CAO which he says they have tired. He adds that as they ran out of option, they are considering to seek legal redress on the matter.
Through their Umbrella body â€œBewekula Banyakitaara communityâ€ the Banyoro in the County claim that the Bugandaâ€™s continued retention of Buwekula as part of its territory implies that the Banyoro are still slaves in their own land.