NRM victory celebrations over the dismissed Supreme Court petition have commenced at Entebbe Botanical gardens.
The highest court in the land on Thursday ruled that President Museveni was duly elected by the Ugandan people.
Amama Mbabazi had urged court to nullify the election on grounds that the electoral body had flouted several procedures of conducting the exercise.
But court said there was not even a single discrepancy in the declaration forms used to announce Museveni victorious.
NRM supporters clad in yellow have gathered in big numbers to celebrate the victory.
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Rose Katushabe, a resident of Kitoro said the court ruling confirmed what was already known – that Museveni was the undisputed winner of the February 18 elections.
“Uganda is bigger than us all. The opposition must learn to move on.”
The function was organised by Entebbe municipality task force and supporters in the area.
Other celebrations were held in Kamwokya, downtown Kampala and Wandegeya among other areas.
Several musicians expected to thrill the gathering at Leisure Park include Chris Evans, Judith Babirye and Julie Ngume among others.