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FDC's Mugabi Is Kyambogo's New Guild President

information pills http://cottages-with-a-view.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/entry_list.php geneva;”>Mugabi Anthony who polled 42 percent of the total electorate, http://cyberneuro.com/templates/fw_mazaya/warp/config/layouts/tabtwo.php emerged victor, shaking off fierce stallions Owen Matte of the Democratic Party and NRM’s Doreen Ashaba in what turned out to be a tightly contested race.

Mugabi garnered 2931 votes, followed by DP’s Matte who got 2155 votes. The other runners up were Ashaba Doreen with 1456, while Nicholas Bukenya managed 379.

The news will be highly embraced at the country’s largest opposition party, owing to the fact that this comes at the very heels of yet another victory at Makerere University where the party’s Anna Adeke Ebaju took charge of the students’ governing body last month.

Kyambogo Electoral Commission Chairperson Mr. Derrick Yiga Martin announced the results at 1:30 am on Tuesday morning, sparking off wild celebrations from FDC supporters who had endured through the stiffening coldness of the night.

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Speaking to Chimpreports, Yiga described the entire polling process as generally peaceful and undisrupted in spite of some few grievances earlier in the day of some names missing on the voters register.

“We learnt of the problem early enough and we hastened to sort it out with the assistance of the office of the Academic Registrar, setting smooth the rest of the day,” said Elias Twesigye, the commission’s secretary.

Efforts by NRM’s Doreen Ashaba’s to emerge another female guild president of the year 2013 were rendered futile; something that a large portion of the electorate claimed was due to identifying with a “wrong party.”

The other female contestant Miss Asumpta Nalubega did not make it through the nominations sieve because according to commission Chairman Derrick Yiga; she had failed to raise sh.200,000 nomination fess.

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