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16:31
16:31

Eng. Kiggundu Seeks Land Probe Intervention for Isimba Land eng. badru kiggundu 1 4

Appearing before the committee chaired by Justice Catherine Bamugemereire led Commission, Kiggundu cited exorbitant compensation figures amounting to Shillings 203 billion demanded by Bibanja holders in Kayunga district as payment for rock being excavated on land for which they had already been compensated for
13:09
13:09

New EC Boss, Commissioners Take Oath simon byabakama 1

Electoral Commission Chairperson Simon Byabakama said he recognized the fact that he is coming into office at a time it faces criticism about its lack of independence. He pledged to ride on his background in the judiciary to remain independent in the execution of his mandate.
16:47
16:47

Electoral Commission Releases Final Presidential Results eng. badru kiggundu 2 Top story

In the results announced by the Commission today, National Resistance Movement party candidate Yoweri Museveni maintains the lead with 60.6 after garnering 5,971,872 votes. The Initial result, declared on Saturday indicated that Museveni had won with 5,617,503 votes, totaling 60.75 of the total votes cast.
11:15
11:15

NRM Supporters Protest Ntoroko Candidate Disqualification martin mugara

Gerald Kawamara, Ibandas chief campaign agent accuses Mugara of orchestrating his disqualification from the race. Kawamara also questioned the timing of the disqualification, saying his candidate was legally nominated by Electoral Commission.
17:32
17:32

Kiggundu Rallies Women Against Electoral Violence eng. badru kiggundu 3

Speaking at the inauguration of the Womens Situation Room for peaceful elections, Kiggundu urged women to use their power to implore their children and husbands to stay away from electoral violence.
16:56
16:56

EC, Government Disagree Over Nomination Fees eng. badru kiggundu 1 2 Top story

Government Chief Whip, Ruth Nankabirwa says that since some presidential aspirants had already paid, it would be prudent to leave the status quo at eight million shillings and the new law applied for the 2021 general elections.
10:41
10:41

Opposition Frustrated as Govt Remains Silent on Electoral Reforms eng. badru kiggundu 2 6

However, opposition politicians say they are demoralized that government has remained adamant on their demands. They were addressing yet another rally in Bukomansiimbi, similar to the several campaigns undertaken across the country to market the reforms.
15:58
15:58

Ugx 129b Needed to Hold By-elections eng. badru kiggundu 1

The Electoral Commission is seeking 129 billion shillings from government to hold by elections and lower local council elections around the country. Eng. Badru Kiggundu, the Commission chairman, however says they shall only release an election programme after they have received the money.
17:02
17:02

EC sets dates for residual elections countrywide sam rwakoojo 1

The Electoral Commission has set two months to conclude residual elections in all parts of the country including Zokorro County in Zombo district. The residual election process including Parliamentary and local government council are to be held within the months of April and May
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