Jakana turned up at the Nakaseke district Electoral Commission offices around 11 am on Thursday for nomination in the company of among others his father, Al-Haji Abdul Nadduli, the former Minister without Portfolio.
has declined to nominate Sulaiman Jakana Nadduli as a candidate for the
Nakaseke Central Parliamentary Seat citing a mismatch in the names on his
academic documents and National Identity card.
Jakana turned up at the Nakaseke district Electoral Commission offices around 11 am
on Thursday for nomination in the company of among others his father, Al-Haji
Abdul Nadduli, the former Minister without Portfolio.
his arrival, he was summoned by Nakaseke Electoral Commission Registrar, Mike
Jjuuko to present his nomination requirements.
after keen scrutiny of the document, which lasted for about 10 minutes, the
officials informed Jakana that he was unfit for nomination because of inconsistence
of the name on his documents.
explained that Jakana presented academic papers showing a different set of
names from those in his National identity card.
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URN shortly after he was turned away that he is optimistic of working on the
problem by close of the nomination exercise.
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Jjuuko, several candidates were nominated on day one.
Paulson Luttamaguzi Ssemakula, the Nakaseke South Democratic candidate, Violet
Nakalema, the Nakaseke Woman MP candidate for the National Unit Platform-NUP
and DP’s Godfrey Kiyingi for the Nakaseke Central parliamentary seat.
NRM’s Enock Nyongore for Nakaseke North MP seat, independent candidate, Christopher
Senfuma for Nakaseke Central and NRM’s Saida Bumba for Nakaseke Central MP Seat.