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17:14
17:14

Police Rescue Gulu Polling Officials Amidst Chaos 1 3

Supporters of Independent candidate Michael Latigo, who emerged second with 143 votes, rejected the results saying it had been rigged in favour of Acellam. This prompted Police commanded by Cadet ASP Sunday Nicholas, the officer in charge of Layibi Police Post, to whisk the polling officials away onto a waiting police pick up registration number UP 4626 carrying heavily armed personnel in military and police uniforms.
05:05
05:05

Lucy Achiro Bounces Back to Parliament 2 1

Achiro polled 16, 608 votes representing 64.36 percent while the National Resistance Movement Party candidate James Nabinson Kidega collected 8,450 votes, an equivalent of 32.75 percent.
12:27
12:27

I Overcame Hate Speech to Win Omoro Seat - Okello 1 3

Newly elected Omoro district chairperson, Douglas Peter Okello has said his victory is a triumph over smear campaign and hate speech that characterised the campaign period.
07:43
07:43

NRM Wins Omoro Woman MP Seat 3 1

Denis Obong, the Omoro District Returning Officer says although the election was peaceful throughout the district, he decided to cancel results from Rom Catholic Chapel polling station because of polling irregularity.
11:08
11:08

Peaceful Omoro Campaigns Excite EC, Police election violence

Before it was curved out of Gulu district, Omoro County was the hotspot of election violence characterised by allegations of widespread bribery, ballot stuffing, intimidation, clashes or rival supporters amongst others.
14:19
14:19

NRM Leads Six Sub Counties in Pader District

National Resistance Movement party wins 6 sub counties while opposition parties Forum for Democratic Change, Democratic party and Uganda Peoples Congress bagged two sub counties and one each for the latter two. The remaining two of the twelve sub counties went to Independent candidates. Three incumbent chairpersons managed to retain their seats despite mounting pressure.
18:03
18:03

Full Table of LC3 Winners in Kitgum

New entrants dominate the list of winners in lower local government in Kitgum district. Only two incumbent chairpersons retained their seats. They are Lanek James Avarpy who had to change his party from National Resistance Movement party to the Democratic Party and Orom sub countys Democratic Party giant, Quirino Olum. In the municipality, the three divisions of Pandwong, Pager and Central were shared between National Resistance Movement party, Forum for Democratic Change party and an Independent respectively. Below is a full list of winners and the number of votes obtained.
13:50
13:50

Aruu North County Vote Recount Flops 3

Kidega lost to Lucy Achiro Otim, an independent candidate in the race that attracted five candidates. Achiro emerged winner of the February, 18 election with a difference of two votes. She polled 8,599 votes against Kidegas 8,597, according to results released by Pader district returning officer Joseph Amone.
12:47
12:47

NRM Wins Pader, Agago LC V Seats

The election didnt go without any drama. Innocensia Akello, a presiding officer at Olwor Nguu A-A polling Station was arrested for multiple voting.
19:04
19:04

Prof Ogenga Latigo Bounces Back to Parliament

Latigo won the poll with 14,079 votes to become the first member of Parliament for the newly created Agago North constituency. His challenger, a member of the ruling National Resistance Movement party polled 10,420 votes.
16:41
16:41

Photograph of Kitgum Parliamentary Candidate Altered

Joan Aduru, the District Returning Officer says the anomaly was brought about by printing errors which the Commission explained to the candidate.
15:30
15:30

Kitgum Voters Excited About Electronic Voter Verification Kit uganda decides 2016 6

21-year-old Choudry Ochan, a first time voter in Bajere Village in Pager division, says he is now convinced that multiple voting or impersonation is a thing of the past with, the introduction of the electronic voter verification kit.
10:16
10:16

ID Registration; Gulu Region Records 40% Shortfall as Deadline Looms 1

The exercise which was designed to last 17 weeks targeted 508,900 people in the four districts. However, records indicate that only 305,000 people have been registered.
Jan 13 results