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19:38
19:38

Youth Councillors Polls in Mubende Flop over Missing Candidate's Name on Ballot Paper 3

Grace Nakigudde one of the female candidates said that despite being nominated, her name was missing on the ballot paper.
15:49
15:49

NUP Candidate Wins Mityana Municipality Mayoral Seat 2

Mukambwe Faustin Lukonge, the NUP flag bearer was also elected mayor with 14,463 votes defeating the NRM party candidate and incumbent Esther Ndyanabo who polled 5,616 votes while DP’s Richard Kyambadde polled 1,889 votes.
16:04
16:04

Masaka Court Orders Kalungu East Constituency Vote Recount 2 1 Top story

Ssempijja through his lawyers led by Geoffrey Kandebe told the court that the same thing happened at about 25 polling stations, which gave a chance to Katabazi’s polling agents and officials to mismatch the votes and hence robbed him of his victory.
09:12
09:12

Voting Delays At Polling Stations Across Kampala Over Late Delivery of Materials Polling Materials 2 Top story

"People normally don't vote when it is raining we hope that they will come later on to vote," he said. In Nakawa East, the situation was the same. At St Mbagga Primary School in Kiwatule with 5 polling stations, by 8:00, am voting had begun at only one polling station.
19:36
19:36

Voters in Nakawa Shun Voting Over Disappointment in Presidential Polls 2

In Kinawataka, Irene Atim who operates a photo studio near Kinawataka Mujjambula's place located in Mbuya says that she did not vote because she lost trust in the voting process.
19:32
19:32

No Emphasis on COVID-19 Control Measures as Ugandans Vote COVID-19 SOPs 1

According to the Electoral Commission guidelines, voters can only access polling stations if they are wearing a face mask and have washed their hands with soap and water. But there were no handwashing facilities at the stations today, neither did they provide hand sanitisers, to help voters to keep coronavirus disease at bay. In fact, even those with no face masks were not stopped from voting, both in Kampala and Wakiso.
18:12
18:12

Rain Disrupts Vote Counting in Kampala 1 Top story

The rains started a few minutes after 4 p.m. as stations closed the exercise, which was rather poorly attended. Polling officials in Nakawa and Makindye rushed to secure the ballot boxes in nearby shelters, from the open space where polling was conducted, all day long.