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NRM Spent UGX 3 Billion on Media Space During Campaigns - Dombo

06 Apr 2021 · In a campaign that was scientific—characterized by smaller crowds, broadcast media was a target for all political actors. Though it’s those with money who could buy space. And given that most radios in Uganda are owned by politicians of the ruling party, opposition parties reported being denied access to media space with no explanation.

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NRM Spent UGX 3 Billion on Media Space During Campaigns - Dombo 1 1 Top story

In a campaign that was scientific—characterized by smaller crowds, broadcast media was a target for all political actors. Though it’s those with money who could buy space. And given that most radios in Uganda are owned by politicians of the ruling party, opposition parties reported being denied access to media space with no explanation.
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NRM Says it Paid Medical Bills of Injured Supporters in Election Violence 1 2

Emmanuel Dombo, the party Director of Communication told Uganda Radio Network that supporters received support in form of transporting them to better medical facilities from upcountry and payment of bills.
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Unfair Funding to Political Parties Killing Democratic Process - Opposition 6

The parties say the government usually allocates more money to the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM even where the law states that all parties eligible should get an equal share. In the last elections, the government released 15 billion Shillings which, according to the opposition was supposed to be shared equally between the parties represented in parliament. The NRM took more than half of it.
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Muyingo Distances Self From Petition Challenging His Rival’s Victory 1

Last week, Christopher Matabi, a voter at Kiteme Church of Uganda Polling Station in Bamunanika county and resident of Nnalongo in Bamunanika Sub-County petitioned the High Court in Kampala, seeking the nullification of Ssekitooleko’s victory.
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Abductions Have Taught us to Shut Up - Kyotera Citizens 3 1

From misery and desperation of searching for missing loved ones to ululations of having them back, the community has learnt one lesson: keep your mouth shut on politics. That is the response Uganda Radio Network got from interviews conducted.
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Elected Councillor Fails to Raise School Fees, Blames Parent for Shelving Him Mpatta Sub county 3 2

Amos Wambede 19, a senior five student at St. Balikuddembe SS Kisoga says that after securing victory in the recently concluded elections, where he contested as an independent candidate, his father Moses Madanda said he had now matured enough to take care of his needs.
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Hooded for 73 Days, Kyotera Abductees Return Tightlipped 1 3

Consumed by fear and trauma of what they went through, almost all of them were unwilling to freely tell people and journalists who flocked to their homes on Tuesday morning to stare at them and listen to their stories.