Moses Tugume, the FDC candidate came third with 5,493 votes, followed by Rogers Kanti and Lenox Mugume who got 387 and 248 votes respectively. Minutes after Kizindo declared Kiiza winner, Kabakumba rejected the poll results citing irregularities.
In Kibaale, the incumbent Buyaga East Member of Parliament Ignatius Besisira lost to Journalist Eric Musana, while NRM rebel MP Barnabas Tinkasimire trounced his main challenger Denis Namara in Buyaga West.
Kabakumba Matsiko, the Masindi district NRM chairperson describes Byabakama as a masquerader and a self-seeker who is not supposed to transact any business on behalf of NRM and urges party supporters to disregard his letter.
Just two days after Deputy Prime Minister General Moses Ali pushed Ndorwa East MP Wilfred Niwagaba, Mafabi and Kabakumba diverted from discussing the long awaited Anti Money Laundering Bill and instead accused each other of corrupt tendencies.
Todayâ€™s caucus meeting comes at a time when the Minister for Presidency, Kabakumba Matsiko, is facing a political battle of her life. MPs are calling on her to step down or be censured, over allegations that she stole a radio mast belonging to the Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) and installed it at her private radio station, Kings Broadcasting Services in Masindi.