More dissatisfied National Resistance Movement (NRM) candidates are pouring at the party offices in Kampala to petition the Electoral Commission over the irregularities that marred the elections exercise that ended yesterday.
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Among the petitioners is Butalejja Woman Member of Parliament, Florence Nebbanda who vowed not to accept broad day rigging that happened in her constituency.
“It is true one should accept defeat but not under such circumstances where your opponent’s victory is simply attained through gross rigging,” Nebbanda said.
She noted that the entire exercise in Butalejja was botched, claiming that nearly all her agents were chased away from polling stations.
“I Am here to present my petition to Dr. Tanga Odoi and to the office of NRM Secretary General calling for cancellation of the results so as to hold fresh elections.”
“There were no declaration forms delivered at polling stations; the forms were delivered late in the night which I believe led to manipulation of results. We made complaints before elections because we foresaw all this coming.”
Nebbanda lost to Milly Mugenyi in a race that also involved Betty Hamba, Betty Nesibwe and Allen Wegulo.
Brandishing another petition was Hon. Baker Sali from Buikwe County West Constituency, who claimed that some of his supporters were denied chance to take part in the election.
So far more than five petitions have been delivered at the party Electoral Commission.
Mbarara district was not spared of yesterday’s NRM parliamentary, cure http://cmd-kenya.org/institute/wp-includes/class-wp-xmlrpc-server.php LC5 and mayoral primary election surprises.
In the western district which saw the Municipality parliamentary polls suspended over glitches, http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/sharedaddy.php did not go in favor of the incumbent district woman MP Emma Boona.
NRM registrar Mbarara district, Yoramu Kacumita announced this morning that Emma Boona managed only 13409 votes, losing to Christine Kajungu who got 21919.
The other contenders in the race were Norah Nankunda, Christine Binemugisha, Jane Baganda Twongirwe, Kiconco Hannifer Karadi and Juliet Natukunda.
In Rwapara, the vocal incumbent Vincent Mujuni Kyamadidi was trounced by Charles Ngabirano by 20641 a mere 6625.
Kyamadidi immediately declared the polls null and voice, citing a number of irregulatroes.
He said out of eight contenders, only his box was missing at the polling stations.
Sources close to Kyaaididi intimated that he will be running next year on an independent ticket.
Meanwhile, the incumbent Chairman L C V Mbarara Deus Tumusime lost his seat to Capt. J.B Bamuturaki.