KAMPALA- The National Unity Platform Presidential candidate in the just concluded election Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine has rejected the Thursday election outcome.
Kyagulanyi who emerged the second in the 11 candidates’ race stresses that the electoral process was unfair relating to the mode of treatment of Ugandans before and during last week’s election.
Over the weekend, the Independent Electoral commission boss Justice Simon Mugyenyi Byabakama declared the incumbent and NRM’s Yoweri Museveni Tibuhaburwa having attained the highest percentage against other contestants in the race.
Museveni garnered 5,851,037 votes equivalent to 58.64%, followed by the National Unity Platform NUP’s Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine with 3,475,298 votes which form 34.83%.
FDC’s Patrick Amuriat Oboi POA polled 323,536 votes that comprise 3.24%, Maj Gen Gregg Mugisha Muntu polled 65,345 votes equivalent to 0.56% to emerge the fourth, Democratic Party’s Norbert Mao became the fifth after gnarring 55,665 votes equating to 0.56%.
John Katumba gnarred 35,989 votes, Nancy Kalembe 37,467 votes, Joseph Kabuleta got 44,300, Willy Mayambala polled 14,657 votes, Lt Gen Tumukunde gnarred 50,141 votes and Fred Fred Mwesigye polled 24,673 votes.
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