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Political Observers Disapprove Opinion Polls That Put Museveni Ahead Of Opponents

Days after the Uganda Governance Pulse together with Research World International released findings of an opinion poll that put President Museveni ahead of his opponents, Political figures and observers have thrown brickbats at the findings of the opinion poll terming them as baseless and biased. While appearing on a local television

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Bobi Wine Dismisses Opinion Polls That Favor Museveni

National Unity Platform president and also Kyadondo East Legislator Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine has rubbished the recent opinion polls conducted by researchers that put the incumbent President Museveni in the lead to win the elections. Kyagulanyi argued that the incumbent President was reading from the same notes he normally reads

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NRM Not Fazed By Member Defections To NUP

Days after a couple of members from the National Resistance Movement (NRM) party crossed to Kyadondo East legislator Robert Kyagulanyi's party the National Unity Platform (NUP), the NRM has revealed that they are not worried about the defections. Speaking to journalists early this week, NRM’s communications officer, Rogers Mulindwa, noted that

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NUP Insists On Using Red Colour

The National Unity Platform (NUP) has insisted on using the red colour despite orders from the Electoral Commission to drop it as it is already a colour reserved for the Uganda People's Congress (UPC). Speaking to a local television on Monday, August 3, the NUP spokesperson, Joel Ssenyonyi revealed that they

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Museveni Wants To Quarantine His Opponents- Besigye

Former presidential candidate rtd Col. Kizza Besigye has accused President Museveni of hatching plans to have his political opponents quarantined under government institutions under the blanket that they have coronavirus. Besigye's remarks follow the Presidents directive to have all aspirants tested for Covid-19. “Why should “Sole Candidate” Museveni order his (MOH) officials

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