Bwanika: I Only Escorted My Wife to Mutukula

Abed Bwanika

President Museveni has gained ground with 62 percent of preliminary election results released by the Electoral Commission, viagra 60mg Chimp Corps report.

In the third pronouncement of available election results, approved EC Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu on Friday morning said Museveni got 2,191,283 votes out of the received 3,717,798 valid ballots cast yesterday.

The total count of valid votes represents 24.34 percent of eligible 15 million voters.

The first release of the election result put Museveni at 63 percent before dropping to 61 percent in the second announcement.

This implies that since the second announcement at around 1:00am on Friday which put his performance at 1,362,961 votes, Museveni has boosted his count by 828,322 votes (0.28 percent).

Dr Kizza Besigye maintains his second position with 1,182,025 votes which represent 33.46 percent.

This means from the 24 percent of tallied votes, the FDC presidential candidate has increased his votes from by 443, 397 (0.01 percent).

Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi retains the third position with 60,694 votes (1.72 percent).


Abed Bwanika 35, 4871 (1 %)

Venansius Baryamureeba 23,380 (0.66 %)

Benon Biraaro 11,176 (0.32 %)

Joseph Mabirizi 10,266 (0.29 %)

Maureen Kyalya (18,244 (0.52 %)

Total votes: 3,717,798 (24.34%)

Valid Votes: 3,532,755

Invalid votes: 185, 043 (4.98 %)

Spoilt Votes: 10,708
Presidential Candidate Dr. Abed Bwanika has clarified that he was not arrested on the Tanzanian border allegedly trying to sneak out of the country as earlier reported.

Abed Bwanika who was contesting for the third time for the country’s highest office was said to have been intercepted by security at the southern border town of Mutukula.

The Observer reported that Bwanika was travelling in his car registration number UAG 675G when he was arrested.

However, viagra using his Twitter handle, physician Bwanika said he was in Kampala and that he had jst returned from “escorting my wife Gladys Bwanika for business duties.”

He said it was his wife who had gone to clear goods at Mutukula border, information pills adding, “international business awaits for no one.”

By Friday morning the candidate was still trailing in the ongoing counting at National Tally Center at Namboole Stadium, with 1 percent vote.


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