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Flashback; The 2021 Election National Tally Centre in Pictures

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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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The European Union Head of Delegation Ambassador Attilio Pacifici at the National Tally Centre in Kyambogo. Photo by Olive Nakatudde
The Electoral Commission (EC) on Saturday declared Yoweri Kaguta Museveni as the winner of January 14, presidential election. The win secured Musevenu his sixth term as President of Uganda.

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).

Museveni's closest competitor, National Unity Platform's -NUP Robert Kyagulanyi garnered 3,475,298 votes (34.83 per cent), followed by  Forum for Democratic Change's -FDC Patrick Oboi Amuriat with 323,536 votes (3.24 per cent), Alliance for National Transformation-ANT candidate Gen. Mugisha Muntu 65,334 votes (0.65 per cent), Democratic Party candidate Norbert Mao with 55,665 votes (0.56 per cent) and others.

The others are independent candidates Gen. Henry Tumukunde with 50,141 votes (0.5 per cent), Joseph Kabuleta 44,300 votes (0.44 percent), Nancy Kalembe 37,469 votes (0.38 per cent), John Katumba 35,983 votes (0.36 per cent), Fred Mwesigye 24,673 votes (0.25 percent) and Willy Mayambala 14,657 votes (0.15 per cent). 

The declared results by the electoral body indicate that out of the registered 18,103,603  voters across the country, 10,359,479 people cast their vote and 9,978,093 of these were counted as valid votes. This means that 381,386 were invalid. 

The country has a total of 34,684 polling stations and the declared results are from 33,427 polling stations. Votes from 1,257 polling stations across the country were not included in the presidential results. Some of the affected polling stations are Wakiso (271), Kampala (50), Mukono (81), Bunyangabu (87) and others. 

The event at which the results were released at the National Tally Centre in Kyambogo was attended by several dignitaries including diplomats, election observers, security officials, journalists and others. Uganda Radio Network-URN now brings you picture the event.    

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