President Yoweri Museveni has suffered the first political blow since votes results started streaming in. As it stands now, President Museveni is 76 years, is leading by a big margin after he garnered more than 60 per cent of the total votes counted so far. His closest opponent Bobi Wine is trailing at 30 per cent of the total votes. Bad News for Museveni According to media reports, President Museveni's Vice President and at least 10 of his ministers who served in the previous government have lost their seats.
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Uganda electoral commission on Saturday, January 16, 2021 noon released the provisional results of the just concluded presidential elections. The results were announced few minutes past noon time showing the number of votes already tallied. Uganda’s incumbent President Yoweri Museveni has with no doubt carried the day once again for the 5th time in a row. General Museveni has so far garnered over 5,562,141 votes translating to 58.89% while his close rival Bobi Wine garnering 3,263,309 votes which is equivalent
President Yoweri Museveni (R) and his vice president Edward Ssekandi in a past event Among the many leaders that Bobi Wine's National Unity Platform (NUP) party has unseated in the recently concluded elections in Uganda is President Yoweri Museveni's vice president of ten years. The 78 Year old Edward Ssekandi who was holding the position of Vice President since 2011 as well as position of member of parliament representing Bukoto Central constituency lost his parliamentary seat to Richard Ssebalama of NUP in
National Unity Platform (NUP) Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu popularly known as Bobi Wine has finally spoken out on his possible next option amid being under house arrest. In a media interview with NPR Radio’s International Correspondent, East Africa Eyder Peralta, Bobi Wine said that he and his team are looking at all non-violent and all constitutional options on the table. “These include peaceful non-violent and illegal riots,” said Bobi Wine. He went on, “If I could speak to Ugandans
Ugandan presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has now sent a message to his supporters through an audio link. Kyagulanyi, popularly known by his stage name as Bobi Wine has asked his supporters to remain firm and reject the results being imposed to them by the electoral body. Speaking to Eyder Peralta, the NPR's East Africa Correspondent based in Nairobi, who visiting his home but couldn't be allowed in, Bobi Wine maintained that his supporters should not lose hope in their struggle for the truth.
Uganda's vote counting exercise has entered its second day on Saturday with unofficial results showing President Yoweri Museveni still in the forefront after having received 5.3 Milkion votes so far. His closest rival, Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine has increased in terms of votes cast in his favour after having received 30.91 percent of the vote. According to Article 6 of the interim results released by Uganda Electoral Commission (UEC) Chairman Judge Simon Byabakama, at the Kyambogo national
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has led Uganda for 35 years, which is equivalent to 5 terms. On 14th January, Uganda went on an election and until to date Yoweri Museveni is taking lead with 5.1 Million votes against the NUP party leader, Bobi Wine who has 3.4 Million votes. The win is going to be announced at 4 PM, that is according to NBS TV. Bobi Wine had a better campaigning strategy, Museveni was just relaxed. According to Bobi Wine's UVOTE app reveals that Bobi Wine is leading with more votes that Museveni.
Reactions continue to increase after the latest electoral results that have been released by the Ugandan Electoral Commission on Saturday morning. Bobi Wine Claims Victory As Uganda Awaits Final Election Results. The people of Uganda voted massively for change of leadership from a dictatorship to a democratic government. But Mr. Museveni is edging closer according to the latest updates. Museveni edges closer to his 5th elected term as latest provision results suggest a massive lead. From the latest updates,
The people of Uganda game out in large numbers to vote and select their leaders. Photo: Uganda presidential candidate Bobi Wine/Twitter The exercise of voting begun on Thursday morning and went on well despite of few challenges here and there. The presidential election is very competitive between the long- time leader Yoweri Kaguta Museveni against a strong opposition which is lead by a popular singer Bobi Wine. Elections in Uganda were conducted on 14th January 2021 and polling stations closed at the evening.
Uganda's Electoral Commission Is Expected To Announce Presidential Election Winner Today. Nairobi Kenya, 16th January 2021. The Uganda's Electoral Commission is today expected to announce the winner of the Uganda's Presidential Election's and as at now, the counting process is almost complete and there are only about 4,599 polling station's that are left to submit their finale results for combination and tallying. The Uganda's incumbent president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has been leading in the elections since
(photos courtesy) The famous musician turned politician Bobi Wine has taken to the social media expressing his fear after heavily armed army officers invaded his house. Taking to the social media Bobi Wine has expressed his fear on the reason as to why the army officers were currently at his compound. Bobi Wine and the current Ugandan president were the two famous presidential candidates that were battling it out in the recent general election. However after the current president yoweri Museveni took an early
From the report that was announced on the eve of this day Saturday, January 16, 2021, the current president Yoweri Museveni who is vying for the presidency with the NRM ticket is in the lead with 61.98% which are equivalent to 4,340,134 votes. The biggest opponent of Yoweri Museveni, Robert Kyangulanyi is popularly known as Bobi Wine, a presidential candidate under the NUP ticket got 30.9% which is equivalent to 2,164,347 votes. The rest of the presidential candidates have not reached even 5% of the votes
On Friday, the Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine claimed in Presidential elections. The early results produced gave Museveni a wide lead. The electoral commission of Uganda, speaking on Friday said that 6.8 ballot counted, which is 37 percent of registered voters in the country. Museveni was leading with 4.09 million which is 62.3 percent of votres. Bobi Wine had 1.99 that is 330.6 percent voters. The following results were to be announced at around 9pm because of the nationwide curfew that kicked of since
President Museveni Close To WINNING As Vote Tallying Is Almost Complete. 16th January 2021, Nairobi Kenya. From the latest results released by the Uganda's Electoral Commission, they have so far reported 30,049 polling station's in the country out of the 34,648 total polling station's and this makes them now remain with about 4,599 polling station's to the end of the counting process and thereafter a winner will be announced. From the latest tally that was released by the Electoral Commission, president Museveni
Bobi Wine's home is under heavy military guard. The journalist who had an appointment with the presidential candidate on NUP party were today morning denied access to reach him. The heavy armed officers turned back the media personnel including the international media that had gone to have an interview with the candidate. Bobi Wine's parallel tallying centre indicate that he is leading in the election ad oppose to the results given by the electoral commission. According to Uvote an online app run by the National
The Ugandan National Unity Platform (NUP) party leader Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine has suffered a major blow in regard to the European Union delegation Ambassador Atillio Pacifici's recommendation on the Ugandan general election that was just concluded a day ago. The head of European Union delegation Ambassador Atillio Pacifici has showered praises to Ugandan Electoral body and electorates at large for showcasing professionalism while presiding over the voting processes despite the divided
The National Platform Party that belongs to the Opposition leader Bobi Wine has clinched some parliamentary slots following the release of some results by the Electoral Commission of Uganda. Several ministers from Museveni regime including the vice president have lost their parliamentary slots. The National Resistance Movement (NRM) which belongs to president Museveni has lost major as per the current results . Over the past years ,NRM has been controlling Parliament Majority , it will be interesting to see
Yesterday the Ugandan armed forces found their way to Bobi Wines house after an media interview. In a mid day cry that he was under siege, today a Sky News video leaked of him having to rush with media back to the house after an officer point an assault weapon at them. Later today the NPR East Africa Correspondent, Eyder Peralta was blocked from a scheduled interview with Robert Kyagulanyi "Bobi Wine" as the officers said the journalists did not have authorization to access the residence. This afternoon Peralta
Uganda`s Presidential Aspirant Bobi Wine has escaped death from the Military that raided his home yesterday evening amidst the current counting of votes in Uganda. In a viral video shared by Sky News, Bobi Wine in company of his security team, were trying to find their way out of his home through the back side of his mansion in a move to escape from the siege he is currently in. Kenya`s viral blogger Lord Abraham Mutai equally shared the same video on his tweeter account, asserting that a ruler was operating
Bobi Wine's Biography, Age, Education, Family, Music And Political Career. 16th January 2021, Nairobi Kenya. Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu who's is popularly known as Bobi Wine was born on the 12th of February 1982, and he is a businessman and a Musician cum Politician. Bobi Wine is currently vying for the Presidency of Uganda and he is using the National Unity Platform (NUP) Party and he's seeing to unseat dictator Yoweri Museveni. Bobi Wine was born in Kampala, Magere Village in Wakiso District and this where