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Luweero polls in pictures
Publish Date: May 22, 2014
Luweero polls in pictures
Bishop Paul Ssemogerere casts his vote at St. Jude Polling Station. PHOTO/Roderick Ahimbazwe
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LUWEERO - Voting is underway in a by-election to fill the vacant Luweero woman MP seat.

There are four candidates in the race, namely, Rebecca Nalwanga (NRM), Brendah Nabukenya (DP) and the two independents Farida Namubiru and Ramula Kadala.

Both the NRM and the DP claim they are confident of victory.

(PHOTOGRAPHY by Roderick Ahimbazwe)

 


 


DP candidate Brenda Nabukenya slots in her ballot


NRM flagbearer Rebecca Nalwanga casts her ballot

 

 

THE FAVORITES


DP's Brenda Nabukenya (left) and NRM's Rebecca Nalwanga stand out as the top contenders

 

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