Paul Tandeka, the Nakaseke District NRM Registrar says Kigozis name instead appeared on the ballot papers for Nakaseke North parliamentary seat.
The ruling National Resistance Movement party Electoral Commission has suspended elections for the flag bearer of Nakaseke South parliamentary seat. The polls were suspended due to a mixed up in names on the ballot papers.
The Nakaseke South parliamentary seat attracted four candidates.They are Ssempala Mbuuga, the incumbent MP, Edward Ddamulira Ssengonzi, Denis Ssekabira and Amos Kigozi. However, Kigoziâ€˜s name is missing on the ballot paper.
Nakaseke District NRM Registrar Paul Tandeka, says Kigozi\'s name instead appeared on the ballot paper for Nakaseke North parliamentary seat.
According to Tandeka, he immediately notified the party Electoral Commission in Kampala, which advised him to call off the polls.
However, elections for flag bearers for Nakaseke North constituency, Nakaseke Woman MP and District chairperson went on as planned.
Amos Kigozi accuses the NRM Electoral Commission of incompetence. He decried the huge expense he incurred to facilitate and deploy agents to supervise the exercise.
Police have deployed to stop Kigozi\'s supporters from disrupting the voting.