The Uganda People’s Congress-UPC party has won seven out of the
eleven LCIII Sub County Chairperson seats in Kwania district.
In Akali Sub County, the incumbent chairperson Willy Alepo Acel of the NRM party
lost to Godfrey Otucu of UPC, Alepo polled 1,182 votes, Godfrey Otucu got 1,856
and Vincent Egwel independent obtained 628 votes.
In Inomo Town Council Walter Ocen of UPC emerged winner, Aduku Sub
County, the incumbent Sammy Omara Angai, also the Kwania NRM district Chairman
lost his seat to Vincent Ogwang, the Aduku Sub County Speaker also UPC flag
In Aduku Town Council Rolex Oyari Otee of UPC emerged winner, Ambrose Okori of
UPC won Nambieso Sub County Chairperson seat, in Ayabi Sub County, the
incumbent Geoffrey Omara Ebuk lost his seat to Richard Eluk of UPC and Moses
Ongu of UPC won Chawente Sub County seat.
However, the NRM party won in four Sub Counties. In Abongomola Sub
County, gospel singer Adoli Geoffrey Zumbe popularly known as Adyeri Zumbe of
NRM emerged winner, Maxwell Arac of NRM won Inomo Sub County seat beating the
incumbent Douglas Abura of UPC. Vision Group Veteran Journalist Patrick Onyum
Okwang NRM won the Atongtidi Sub County seat and Ebu John Denis NRM won Ayabi
Town Council seat.
Kwania District UPC party Registrar Moses Odwono attributed the win
to good manifestos presented by the UPC candidates that he said persuaded the
electorates to vote them.
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Patrick Ongum Okwang, the Atongtidi newly elect Chairman, says
during his tenure in office, he will focus on, procuring land titles for all
government institutions to mitigate land wrangles, uplifting the standards of
schools and health centres within the Sub County among others.
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Geoffrey Zumbe Adoli, winner for Abongomola LCIII seat says he was
inspired to join active politics to improve on the livelihoods of his people.
Adoli said his leadership will be community-centred.
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