Election 2016

Kiggundu Extends Voting Time on Museveni Directive

EC Chairman Badru Kiggundu

Residents of Kyapotani cell, here generic http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php Kakoba division in Mbarara municipality yesterday woke to the gripping sight of one of the neighbors who was strangled dead in her room.

Ronnet Musimenta was found lying lifeless in her rented room and residents believe her boyfriend murdered her.

The 24 year old was a 2nd year student at Bishop Stuart University in Mbarara. According to neighbors, and visit her unidentified boyfriend had in the recent past confronted her about unfaithfulness.

Residents told police and reporters that the boyfriend and four other youths were seen for hours in the previous night at the house, order but the victim was suspiciously missing; only to find her body in the room in the morning.

The 24 year old was found dead in her room

The 24 year old was found dead in her room

According to police preliminary findings, the body was found with numerous scratches, and several signs of struggle in the room.

The Mbarara OC CID Taban Chiriga said that police have embarked on the hunt for the group.

The university spokesperson Rose Rwankore confirmed that Ronnet was their 2nd year student who however was supposed to be at home for holidays.
The Independent Electoral Commission has agreed to extend the voting period for a number of polling stations in Kampala and Wakiso districts, advice http://courtneybarnett.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-simplepie-file.php where polling materials arrived exceedingly late.

The decision which was announced by the EC Chairman Eng Badru Kuggundu at 4:00pm, viagra dosage http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-automatic-updater.php followed a directive from President Yoweri Museveni, http://compraresenzaricettaonline.com/wp-includes/http.php that people should not be denied chance to cast their vote because of the Commission’s undoing.

Kiggundu told press that the some polling stations received their ballot papers as late as 2:30pm, putting this on technical issues with the commission.

He thus invoked his constitutional powers as the commission chairman, to extend the polling exercise in the affected areas to 7pm. The voting was by law expected to close at 4pm.

President Musevni while speaking to press after casting his vote in Rushere, Kiruhura district,  said that if the EC was the reason for the delay of the arrival of he materials, they should extend the polling time.

Earlier in the day, Eng Kiggundu had vowed not to push this time.

“The problem will be that some people who waited for all time will have given up and gone back home. But those who are there should be allowed to vote,” ordered the President.

Museveni said that depending on the number of people, the voting should be allowed through the night if need arises.

“This is a once in a five year event. I see people holding trans-night prayers sometimes. This can also be trans-night because it is very important,” said the President.


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