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2021 Elections: 58 Presidential Aspirants have So Far Picked Nomination Forms

As the third week of issuing nomination forms and guidelines for presidential aspirants kicks in, the Electoral Commission has issued an update indicating that 58 aspirants have already collected the documents.

Among the aspirants are three party-sponsored candidates; Bbaale Charles of the Ecological Party of Uganda (EPU), Kyagulanyi Robert of the National Unity Platform (NUP) and Gregory Mugisha Muntu of the Alliance for National Transformation (ANT).

Five female aspirants have also collected forms and they include; Lugudde-Katwe Elizabeth, Nancy Kalembe, Maureen Kyalya, Phiona Mirembe and Katushemererwe Brenda.

The aspirants also collected supporter forms, which will be used to collect signatures indicating the support of not less than 100 registered voters in each of at least two thirds (2/3) of all the districts of Uganda, according to the Electoral Commission.

Here is the full list as of August 21, 2020

  1. Matsiko Dan
  2. Bbaale Charles – Ecological Party of Uganda (EPU)
  3. Christopher Rugaba
  4. Mwesigye Fred
  5. Joseph Mwambazi
  6. Nuwasiima Harold
  7. Eric Bunnet Kiisa
  8. Katumba John
  9. Joshua Isingoma Mugisha
  10. Akileng Bob
  11. Nkangabwa John Habert
  12. Lugudde-Katwe Elizabeth
  13. Ssekimpi Joel
  14. Kafeero Charles Mutaasa
  15. Niyonzima Edward
  16. Godfrey Sempebwa Batuwadde
  17. Ainebyona
  18. Ebetu Simon
  19. Kyagulanyi Robert – National Unity Platform (NUP)
  20. Mutyaba Talemwa Misusera
  21. Kaweesa Hillary Humphrey
  22. Simon Peter Serunjogi
  23. Alibankooha Christopher
  24. Maureen Kyalya
  25. Sserunjogi Henry
  26. Ssentongo Paul Kato
  27. Mugerwa William
  28. Kironde Mugerwa
  29. Deo Lukyamuzi Kizito
  30. Lutaaya Umar
  31. Nancy Kalembe
  32. Mbaziira Emmanuel
  33. Aturinda Derrick
  34. Sseninde Ben Israel
  35. Gregory Mugisha Muntu – Alliance for National Transformation (ANT)
  36. Charles Rwomushana
  37. Makooma Yosamu Tunawoza
  38. Wamono Joel
  39. Makmot Moses
  40. Okello Dan
  41. Onono Patrick
  42. Mirembe Fhiona
  43. Ssebadduka Ivan
  44. Mitala K Julius
  45. Byamugisha Moses
  46. Aine Christopher Kato
  47. Mayambala Willy
  48. Kyomukama Ambrose
  49. Kabuleta Joseph Kiiza
  50. Tegike Karim
  51. Ssemwogerere Vicent
  52. Japian Opondo Julius
  53. Balla Billy Charles Oryem
  54. Katushemererwe Brenda
  55. Watamba Moses
  56. Mbulambago Robert Mutono
  57. Drileba Rogers
  58. Tumukunde Henry

The 2021 general elections are expected to be scientifically held next year in January.

 

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