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Illegal Polling Stations Set – Ssebaana

By Vision Reporter

Added 29th January 2002 03:00 AM

KAMPALA mayoral candidate Ssebaana Kizito has accused the Electoral Commission of creating two illegal polling stations in Makindye division, to be used by soldiers.

By Jude Etyang KAMPALA mayoral candidate Ssebaana Kizito has accused the Electoral Commission of creating two illegal polling stations in Makindye division, to be used by soldiers. Ssebaana, the incumbent mayor, said on the polling day soldiers will be ferried from Kakiri and other army barracks outside Kampala, to vote at the illegal stations which he said were near the Makindye Caltex fuel station and at the clock-tower grounds. He was speaking yesterday during congratulatory celebrations for Kampala chairman-elect, Charles Serunjogi, after the high court ruled against the application for a vote recount. However, the commission spokesperson, Teddy Mugote, told the New Vision that she would examine facts on the ground. “They want to start counting their votes from 40,000 but we shall start from zero and beat them.” Ssebaana, a democratic party stalwart, told enthusiastic supporters at the party offices at London Chambers, Johnstone street, Kampala. He also said the stations were not listed among those of the Electoral Commission. He said the commission should clarify on their existence. Ends

Illegal Polling Stations Set – Ssebaana

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