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MP Kyamadidi Loses Mbarara NRM Chair

MP Vincent Kyamadidi seeking for support before the polling

Mbarara NRM party delegates on Thursday elected their representatives at the district level, viagra buy http://concasol.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-links-list-table.php at Kakyeka stadium amid tight security.

The elections were conduced to choose the Women’s league committee and the mainstream party committee consisting of the chairperson, cialis 40mg publicity secretary, link finance, general secretary, vice chairperson, youth representatives and the PWDs representatives.

Rwampara Member of Parliament Hon Vicent Kyamadidi lost to the incumbent Jomo Mugabe by a huge margin.

Incumbent Jomo Mugabe retained the district committee chair

Incumbent Jomo Mugabe retained the district committee chair

The legislator polled 67votes while Jomo Mugabe emerged triumphant with 258votes out of 350voters; to be reelected the district NRM party chairman.

Herbert Kamugisha who won the vice chairperson seat thanked police for the tight security they deployed at Kakyeka grounds, which enabled the ‘first free and fair election in Mbarara district.’

He promised to work and cooperate with all candidates who won the elections for the good of the party.

Some of the voters that showed up at Kakyeeka

Some of the voters that showed up at Kakyeeka

Mbarara district registrar Yoram Kacumita told Chimpreports that for the first time, he had managed to deliver a fairly peaceful election in the district.

This, he said was all thanks to cooperation with police and other security agencies who kept an eye on the process to the end.

However, MP Kyamadidi was dissatisfied with the results and claimed that there was massive vote rigging.

Kyamadidi searches for hidden ballots

Dissatisfied Kyamadidi searches for hidden ballots

At one point the voting was halted to allow him check in some of the vehicles around to see if there were some hidden ballot papers.

Among others who won posts on the district party committee, was Steven Muganga [publicity secretary], Grace Muhairwe Kyankoko [secretary for finance], Felly Tumwesigye Bebuze [general secretary], and vice chairperson Herbert Kamugisha.

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