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Ballot Secrecy: Joyce Ssebuggwawo's Catch-22

11 Jun 2021 · The photo taken by Daily Monitor photojournalist and posted on social media yesterday, two days after President Museveni named Joyce Ssebuggwawo as State Minister for Information clearly show that the then acting FDC President pointed her pen on the lower end of the ballot while FDC candidate Amuriat was the first on the ballot.

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Ballot Secrecy: Joyce Ssebuggwawo's Catch-22 1 2

The photo taken by Daily Monitor photojournalist and posted on social media yesterday, two days after President Museveni named Joyce Ssebuggwawo as State Minister for Information clearly show that the then acting FDC President pointed her pen on the lower end of the ballot while FDC candidate Amuriat was the first on the ballot.
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Teso Voted Wisely to Earn VP Position- Leaders jeje odongo 2 2 Top story

Geoffrey Omolo, the Katakwi District LC V Chairperson says the new appointments indicate more trust in the region. “I want to thank President Museveni for acknowledging the support Teso gave him in the last election. It shows confidence to the region and proof of our capabilities to serve the country”, he said.
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EC, CCEDU Disagree on Election Observation Report 1 Top story

Stephen Okello, the Executive Director of the NGO Bureau told URN that CCEDU has up to June 15th, 2021 to respond to the questions raised.
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33 SPCs In Pader Discharged Without Pay Ugandan Government 2 1 Top story

Tai Ramadhan, the Pader District Police Commander, says that only 258 out of 291 SPCs in the district were cleared for payment. He says the remaining SPCs will receive their pay once the errors in their documents are cleared.
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Former LC III Chairpersons In Agago Still Holding On to Offices 2

Geoffrey Oweka, the Lira Palwo Sub County LC III Chairperson says that his office is still under lock and key. He also claims that his predecessor has taken custody of the sub-county official stamp and seal.
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Parliament Concludes Swearing in MPs of Eleventh Parliament MPs swearing in 1 7

The Eleventh parliament will have the highest number of legislators who have increased from 426 MPs in the Tenth Parliament to 529.
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Three MPs Repeat Oaths for Using Unknown Names, Titles MPs swearing in 3 1

They include Bubulo East MP John Musila who used the Rastafarian word ‘Jah’ instead of God, Hoima City MP Asinansi Nyakato who used Commander as her third name, contrary to what appears in the gazette and Maj. Gen. Sam Kavuma, who had missed some of his military peeps by the time he presented himself.