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The Commission apparently refused a vote recount as appealed by Nabukenya’s closest rival, Rebecca Nalwanga, who she had beaten only by 30 votes.
The Opposition big men will be in the area as part of their ongoing national campaign for free and fair elections, calling for public support of their freshly proposed electoral reforms.
Party officials at DP, however, tell us the presidents will utilise the opportunity to rally support for the embattled Nabukenya, in a massive rally in Luweero town.
This follows FDC’s recent announcement that it would throw its weight behind the DP candidate as a way of showing solidarity against ruling National Resistance Movement.
They restrained their own Gwokyalya Ziada who in the 2011 election had come third polling about 4000, from contesting again.
DP’s Presidential Press Secretary, Mr Fred Mwesigwa, this morning said the Thursday rally would be enormous, pulling party members and other well wishers from Kampala and all around the country.
He went on to describe the development as ”the first fruit of unity, togetherness and openness amongst the opposition parties”.