Uganda Electoral Commission chairman Dr Badru Kiggundu assures voters that despite delay in delivery of voting material, voters found in the line by 4pm will still cats their votes
Dr Besigye wasn’t the first candidate to vote. Earlier, Maureen Kyalya voted.
Commonwealth Election Observers head Olusegun Obasanjo at Kakajo II, Bukesa says he has noted extensive voting delays
Ballot boxes delivered to Nkumba University polling station are without covers
Teargas in Kyebando after residents blocked Gayaza-Kalwere road in protest over delayed election materials
10:58AM Kiggundu says trucks are rented out, they’re not enough or not big enough hence delay in delivery of materials
ED UCC, Godfrey Mutabazi says Mobile Money and social media were shut down because there was information that people were using these to bribe voters.
” Social media was also being used to campaign and yet campaigns had closed on Tuesday. These were breaches against the electoral laws which also support our laws.
We can not say when they’ll be back on until we receive instruction from Electoral commission. If a TV station or radio station also breaches the law, we shall not hesitate to shut them down”
Former Kampala City Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago and Wife Zawedde in a line awaiting to cast their votes in Wakaliga #UgandaDecides
Presidential candidate, Amama Mbabazi of the #GoForward camp jets in to Kanungu to cast his vote #UgandaDecides
Presidential hopeful Joseph Mabirizi has cast his ballot. #UgandaDecides
3:05PM Incumbent President Yoweri Museveni finishes casting his vote(s)
NRM’s Museveni casts his vote at Kaaro High School. He advises Ugandans to be calm and stay at the Polling stations to witness the counting of votes. #UgandaDecides
#GoForward Presidential Candidate Amama Mbabazi casting his vote at Karubeizi church of Uganda polling station in Kanungu district. He said that he will respect the election results in case the process is transparent.#UgandaDecides.
The electorate line at Makerere University getting shorter as the 4pm deadline beckons.
Uganda Electoral Commission extends voting time to 7:00 pm as Luweero adheres to 4pm voting deadline, counting begins. #UgandaDecides