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The Commission apparently refused a vote recount as appealed by Nabukenya’s closest rival, Rebecca Nalwanga, who she had beat only by 30 votes.
DP announced on Monday that they would consent to the court ruling and were only waiting for the Electoral Commission to announce the date for nominations.
“We chose not to go through another primaries process because we did that in 2011, and we think that Nabukenya is still best placed for this seat,” said Mr Mohammed Kezaala, while addressing press on behalf of party President, Norbert Mao.
He noted that Nabukenya and the party were banking largely on opposition in the area and ‘right thinking’ members of the ruling NRM to deliver her another victory.
Forum for Democratic Change have reportedly accepted not to front a contestant but to rally behind Nabukenya.
Kezaala described her as a battle-tested leader with a lot of experience from Parliament and other fronts.