The Committee was tasked by the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga to take stock of violations that marred the electoral process. It is expected to report back within a month. As part of the investigation, the committee is planning to interact with Presidential candidates, securities agencies, among the police and the army, as well as victims of the said violations.
According to Lumumba, during the meeting, Museveni who doubles as the NRM party chairperson discussed with the legislators the challenges they met during the campaigns and election, which he described as hectic. Lumumba explains that Museveni advised the legislators who lost their seats in the recent elections not to give up but start preparing for the 2026 elections.
According to the Judge, due process here means that if Kyagulanyi had any offense that he had committed, he should have been arrested, taken to police and produced to any Magistrates Court to be charged which has not been the case here.
Dr Sam Kazibwe says Lukwago, despite winning comfortably in the just concluded election, he ran the toughest campaign against NUP candidate Nabilah Naggayi which is an indicator that he is headed for tough times with party members in Council.
The lawyers from five law firms led by Wameli and Company Advocates, filed their application against the Attorney General, the Chief of Defense Forces and the Inspector General of Police. The other law firms are Pace and company Advocates, Muwada and Company Advocates, Kiwanuka, Kanyango and Company Advocates and Fred Kalule and Company Advocates.
Ayebare first apologized for calling NRM’s presidential flag bearer, Yoweri Museveni an old, corrupt, tyrant, and said that he was compelled to join NRM after NUP failed to fund him. Ayebare also says that he was tired of harassment from security personnel.
The arrested leaders are the NUP coordinator for Kagadi district, Josias Tumukwasibwe, Brian Asingwire contesting for Buyaga East Parliament seat and Anna Nasaka who is aspiring for Kagadi district LC5 chairperson seat