Election 2016

Police Open Up Charges Against Besigye

Kampala Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango

Electoral Commission Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu has once against apologized to the nation and world for the inconveniences caused by the delayed arrival of election materials in various parts of Kampala and Wakiso districts.

Badru Kiggundu told press on Thursday evening that a total of 36 polling stations in the two districts missed out on the exercise due to the delays.

Voting was cancelled at 15 polling stations in Makindye Division in Kampala and in Kyebando, for sale more about Wakiso district.

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Voting at these polling stations he said would commence tomorrow Friday 19th at exactly 7am and end 4pm and no extra time would be added.

Kiggundu expressed relief however, check http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-includes/class-wp-embed.php that in most of the other polling stations in the two districts where there was delays, polling commenced and ended successfully at 7pm.

“Counting of the votes is ongoing at most of these stations as I speak,” he said.

To the affected voters, politicians and the international community, Dr Kiggundu said he was deeply sorry, noting that no one is perfect.

On the other hand the EC chairman cautioned media houses against broadcasting results coming from the various parts of the country, saying that this is the role of the electoral commission.
Electoral Commission Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu has once against apologized to the nation and world for the inconveniences caused by the delayed arrival of election materials in various parts of Kampala and Wakiso districts.

Badru Kiggundu told press on Thursday evening that a total of 36 polling stations in the two districts missed out on the exercise due to the delays.

Voting was cancelled at 15 polling stations in Makindye Division in Kampala and in Kyebando, and http://couponadventures.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-cli.php Wakiso district.

Voting at these polling stations he said would commence tomorrow Friday 19th at exactly 7am and end 4pm and no extra time would be added.

Kiggundu expressed relief however, generic http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-error.php that in most of the other polling stations in the two districts where there was delays, polling commenced and ended successfully at 7pm.

“Counting of the votes is ongoing at most of these stations as I speak,” he said.

To the affected voters, politicians and the international community, Dr Kiggundu said he was deeply sorry, noting that no one is perfect.

On the other hand the EC chairman cautioned media houses against broadcasting results coming from the various parts of the country, saying that this is the role of the electoral commission.
Eng Winnie Byanyima has slammed the arrest of her husband Dr Kizza Besigye in Naguru, mind http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-content/plugins/cyclone-slider-2/views/slides-skeleton.php Kampala on Thursday evening.

A fiery Besigye stormed a house he alleged was NRM’s ‘election rigging centre’ before demanding its immediate inspection.

Police said the posh house was a security facility for hotlines communications and that civilians were restricted from accessing it.

This triggered a clash between Besigye and a police commander, online leading to the former’s evacuation from the scene to his residence in Kasangati, viagra order Wakiso District.

Using her Twitter handle, Byanyima said the FDC ironman was “arrested when he visited a Naguru rigging command post.”

She added: “Lt Col Ndahura in charge of it.”

Police publicist Fred Enanga said the house also acts as an office of the newly created Crime Intelligence Unit.
Police are preparing charges against opposition Presidential Candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye, viagra http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/admin/class-wc-admin-api-keys.php who stormed one of their installations in Naguru, http://consugi.com/wp-includes/class-requests.php Kampala on suspicion that vote rigging was in progress there.

Police spokesperson for Kampala Metropolitan says Dr Besigye arrived together with his team at their call center, http://celesteanddanielle.com/wp-content/plugins/google-analyticator/google-api-php-client/src/contrib/google_driveservice.php and a group of journalists and demanded to be allowed inside to check what was going on.

In the standoff, Onyango says, one of their men was injured by Dr Besigye and his team.

The said officer was found jumping the facility’s fence and trying to flee the scene. He was found with the pistol, a pair of handcuffs and a number of personal documents.

Onyango says Besigye is now facing charges relating to criminal trespass and that the injured officer will also open assault charges against him.

Besigye was after a short altercation driven back to his home in Kasangati in a police patrol vehicle.

The police spokesperson Onyango says if the presidential candidate had not come with journalists he would have been allowed inside.

“He came with reporters, and demanded to enter with them which our junior officers could not allow. This is a police facility, you don’t just enter like that without permission,” he said.

 

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