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EC dispatches electoral kits
Publish Date: May 20, 2014
EC dispatches electoral kits
Supporters of NRM candidate at a campaign rally. Photo/Roderick Ahimbazwe
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By Vision Reporter

The Electoral Commission has dispatched electoral kits for the Luweero woman MP by-election slated for tomorrow Thursday.

Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu said campaigns ended today and the Commission is ready to conduct a successful election.

Campaigns climaxed today ahead of Thursday's by-election. ALL PHOTOS/Roderick Ahimbazwe

Kiggundu revealed that the materials shall be kept at the respective sub-counties where they shall be dispatched to the polling station on the voting day.
 

NRM candidate supporters dancing

In a related development Democratic Party president Nobert Mao has asked the Electoral Commission to desist from issuing illegal guidelines in the Luweero by-election.

L-R: MP Gerald Karuhanga, MP Joseph Balikuddembe, DP's Joe Senteza, former VP Bukenya and FDC's Wafula Ogutu at Nabukenya's rally

Mao says the pronouncement of Electoral commission Spokesperson Jotham Taremwa banning all non residents of Luweero to be polling agents is illegal and there not going to consider it.

President Museveni poses for a group photo with NRM candidate Nalwanga (3rd L). Extreme left is higher education state minister J.C Muyingo

The by-election tips Democratic Party's Brenda Nabukenya against NRM's Rebecca Nalwanga.
 

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