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Rukungiri: Kyamadidi, 9 others arrested

Onyango says Kyamadidi was taken to Ntungamo police station to avoid more violence in Rukungiri.

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All eyes on Rukungiri

The by-election is being described by observers as a highly securitized affair, especially judging from the number of senior military officers present...

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Battle lines drawn for Rukungiri vote

Political heavy-weights have camped in Rukungiri to canvass support for their sides. Apart from Yoweri Museveni, former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye...

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Museveni woos Rukungiri voters

Museveni, who is also the NRM chairperson, disclosed that under multiparty politics, decisions are taken from a party round table where opposition leaders...

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NRM primaries: Alupo grabs Pallisa as Keddi...

John Arimpa Kigyagi declared Alupo a winner after polling 34,580 votes beating Kaala who gathered 26,995 and Ibaseret who got 11,058 votes

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Gen. Tumukunde camps in Rukungiri for elections...

Tumukunde kept a deaf ear on what they have been asking him to contest for Rubabo Member of parliament come 2021.

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"Masiko lost seat because of sh50,000 offertory"...

“We all belong to different churches and as leaders, whether there is an election or not we have to go to church and there is no way we can fail to give...

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Sheema candidates want Tumwesigye out

Other contestants accuse Tumwesigye of trying to irregularly get nominated, saying he has pinned posters bearing NRM logo within Sheema municipality.

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I am enjoying life out of politics - Mbabazi...

"After the elections and after the court, my friend Gen. Otafire rung me and he said, what are you going to do now."

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Press release from EC

By-election of district woman representative to parliament for Rukungiri district


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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.