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PHOTOS: Late Kickoff for Kampala NRM Primaries

Officials pondering the next move at Standard village poling station

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The hole is said to have formed after the weakened culverts on the bridge caved in.

The development comes less than a week after another bridge in northern Uganda collapsed into River Aswa, after a truck carrying hundreds of cement bags tried to cross it.

The collapse of the Puranga Bridge cut off the road that connects three districts of Pader, Agago and Kitgum to Lira.
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The hole is said to have formed after the weakened culverts on the bridge caved in.

The development comes less than a week after another bridge in northern Uganda collapsed into River Aswa, after a truck carrying hundreds of cement bags tried to cross it.

The collapse of the Puranga Bridge cut off the road that connects three districts of Pader, Agago and Kitgum to Lira.
Kampala NRM primary elections in many areas have kicked off late over delayed voting materials, this http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-bbpress-json-api-compat.php Chimp Corps report.

According our survey, dosage http://concateme.com/components/com_newsfeeds/models/newsfeed.php most of the polling stations we visited around the city centre did not have adequate polling materials by 10:00am, attracting the wrath of voters.

At both Summit and Standard Village Polling stations near All Saints Cathedral, there was not voting activity by 11:00am.

“I came here at around 8:00am and I have stayed here up to this time but there is no sign that elections will take place today. Many voters came here and had to return to their respective places of work,” said Nathan Ekadu, a voter at Summit Village Polling Station.

There were no officials at Summit village polling station

There were no officials at Summit village polling station

Ekadu blamed the party’s Electoral Commission officials led by Dr. Tanga Odoi for the mess in the elections, saying they must roll up their sleeves.

However, NRM Spokesperson Ofwono Opondo said the party is set to print more ballot papers and ensure rightful delivery to affected areas.

Waiting for voting materials.

Waiting for voting materials.

The Commission, he stressed had to be mindful of the fact that most people in the city centre have businesses to attend to and any delay in the exercise would force them to miss the voting exercise.

The situation was the same at Buganda road primary school and Public library polling stations with only a few agents for the aspirants seen at the venues pondering the next move, as the voting materials were nowhere to be seen.

At the Public library Kampala Central MP Aspirant Fred Nyanzi’s polling agents were seen trying to organize where voting would take place with one of the policemen giving them a hand.

An official displays the voting materials at Bat Valley

An official displays the voting materials at Bat Valley

Earlier, the presiding officer at the station, Faizal Nfumu had intimated to this website that the materials had delayed but was optimistic they would arrive any time.

At Bat Valley the materials arrived at 11am

At Bat Valley the materials arrived at 11am

“I was informed they were still distributing materials to other polling stations but soon they will be here,” Nfumu told ChimpReports.

He added: “We have not got any problem and we think there will be no violence.”

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