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Phiona Nyamutoro Wins National Female Youth MP Seat

23 Jan 2021 · Nyamutoro of the National Resistance Movement –NRM party, polled 296 votes and was followed by Prima Tukamushabe who got 66 votes.

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Phiona Nyamutoro Wins National Female Youth MP Seat 2 3

Nyamutoro of the National Resistance Movement –NRM party, polled 296 votes and was followed by Prima Tukamushabe who got 66 votes.
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Health Committee Decries Stagnant NMS Budget in 2021/2022 Estimates Drug stock out 1 1

According to the Budget Framework Paper the budget allocation to the national medical stores has increased by just 10bn shillings from 410bn shillings in the current financial year. Dr. Bukenya says this increment is to be shared among the regional referral hospitals only and so the NMS budget remains stagnant.
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Over 20 Incumbents in Elgon, Bukedi Sub Regions Lose MP Seats 1 1 Top story

David Mangeni, a resident of Busia district attributed the failure of incumbents to their support for the scrapping of the presidential age limit.
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Sembabule's First Opposition MP Speaks Out 1 Top story

According to Namugga, majority of the voters in the area have been longing for a change in political leadership and have been missing out on dependable candidates who have the audacity to withstand all sorts of pressure exerted opposition candidates who attempted to contest in the area.
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DP Candidate Runs to Court for Audit of Election Results in Aswa Democratic Party 1 1

“You could see from the declaration forms that the number of votes in some places are more than the number of people and those are concerns we are talking about” Onguti explained.
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Flashback; The 2021 Election National Tally Centre in Pictures

Museveni was contesting with 10 other candidates in the race for the country's top office. According to declared results by EC Chairperson Justice Simon Byabakama, Museveni won the with 5,851,037 votes (58.64 per cent).
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Presidential Candidate Willy Mayambala Blames Low Voter Turnout on EC 2 1

Only 10,359,479 voters participated in the polls, out of the 18,103,603 voters registered voters across the country. The figures indicate that the Thursday poll had a voter turnout of 57.22 per cent less than the 2016 election’s where the turn out stood at 62.61 per cent and 2006 when up to 69.2 per cent of all registered voters were able to participate.