The National Resistance Movement (NRM) party candidate for the Kabale LCV Chairman position; also the Mayor for Katuna Town Council, Nelson Nshangabasheija was on January 21st declared the winner of the Kabale District LCV seat.
He was declared by the Kabale District Electoral Commission Registrar, Hajji Ahmed Naduli Musisi at around 2:35am in the morning. Nshangabasheija garnered 36,107 votes defeating the former Kyankwanzi Deputy Resident District Commissioner, Denis Nzeirwe an independent candidate who obtained 33,651 votes.
Isaiah Nabimanya of Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) got 1,219 votes.
Shortly after he was declared as a winner, Nshangabasheija promised to unite the people of Kabale district.
Meanwhile Flavia Nyinakiiza Kanagyizi of the NRM party was declared as the district woman councilor for Kaharo and Maziba sub counties after she
obtained 9,572 votes defeating Elizabeth Kyarisiima, an independent candidate who got 2,905 votes.
Hillary Byamukama of NRM party was declared as the Buhara sub county
district direct councilor after polling 5,379 votes defeating Gerald Tumushabe, an independent candidate who got 2,022 votes while the FDC party candidate, Vanansio Bakubugana got 136 votes.
Gracious Kabeth Tumwiine of the NRM party was declared as the Kaharo sub county district direct councilor after he obtained 3,681 votes defeating
Moses Nahwera, an independent candidate who got 1,996 votes
Alex Owamani of the NRM party was declared as the Kamugangunzi sub county district direct councilor after getting 5,838 votes, defeating the FDC
candidate Gad Beinomugisha who obtained 542 votes.
Moses Bikorwomuhangi of the NRM party was declared as the Maziba sub county district direct councilor after polling 3,480 votes, John Bosco Namara, an independent came second after he got 3,178 votes while Ronald Niwamanya also independent polled 114 votes.
Joshua Niwamanya of the NRM party was declared as the Kyanamira sub county district direct councilor after he obtained 4,555 votes defeating
independent candidate, Wensi Byaruhanga who got 1,734 votes.
The FDC party candidate, Leopold Twesigye was declared as the Central
division district direct councilor, after polling 1,352 votes defeating Ali
Karama, the incumbent and the NRM candidate who polled 837 votes, Nelson Twakire an independent candidate obtained 464 votes, Gideon Twinomugisha of the Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) Party got 313 votes, independent candidate Allan Lugararama got 294 and Derick Katebire of National Unity Platform (NUP) got 189 votes.
NRM candidate, Robert Katahinga was declared as the Kibuga sub county
district direct councilor after polling 1,497 votes defeating Honest
Tumuhereze on independent ticket who got 1,079 votes while Peter Kabagambe
also on independent ticket 245 votes.
Patrick Katwesigye, an independent candidate was declared as the Katuna
town council district direct councilor after polling 2,038 votes defeating
NRM party candidate, Patience Tusiime Nyesigyire who got 1,159 votes.
The NRM party candidate, Emmy Arinaitwe was declared as the Kitumba sub county district direct councilor after polling 3,310 votes, Bruno
Twinomugisha, an independent candidate got 2,043 votes; Ronald Emmanuel Twongyeirwe also an independent candidate polled 802 votes while FDC party candidate, Methodius Turihohabwe polled 234 votes
NRM candidate, Tom Ahimbibisibwe was declared as the Northern Division
district direct councilor after polling 1,520 votes, Johnson Saturday an
independent polled 1,153 votes, Denis January (independent) polled 459
votes while Ian Muhereza also independent got 488 votes.
NRM candidate, Ian Ronald Mugisha who got 2,107 votes was declared as the Southern division district direct councilor defeating independent
candidate, Christopher Ngabirano who polled 1,605 votes, Chance Turyatemba (independent) got 427 votes, FDC party candidate, Gideon Tumwesigye got 415 votes while independent candidate Robert Byansi got 156 votes
NRM’s Miriam Akakwasa was declared unopposed as the Butanda and Kahungye district woman councilor.
NRM candidate, Lydia Turyasingura was declared as the Southern division district woman councilor after she obtained 1,773 votes defeating the FDCs candidate, Paulina Nshemereirwe who got 1,712 votes while Susan Ninsiima, an independent candidate polled 1,222 votes.
Verah Tumuheki, an NRM candidate was declared as the Central and Northern divisions district woman councilor after she obtained 4,021 votes,
defeating FDC candidate, Cellina Kyomukama while Naume Nabowa, an
independent candidate polled only 1,174 votes.
NRM candidate, Prize Ampeire, was declared as the Katuna and Kibuga sub
counties after obtaining 4,069 votes defeating Jenninah Busingye Bamuhena, an independent candidate who got 1,913 votes.
NRM candidate, Catherine Ayebazibwe, was declared as the Rubaya and
Ryakarimira town council district woman councilor after polling 4,415
votes, defeating Elon Asiimwe Sufficient, an independent candidate who got
NRM candidate, Medius Katushabe who got 5,203 votes was declared as the
Kitumba sub county district woman councilor after defeating an independent candidate, Annette Twinamatsiko who polled 1157 votes.
NRM candidate, Bridget Asinga who got 3,786 votes was declared as Kyanamira sub county district woman councilor, defeating Betty Kemigisha, an independent candidate who got 2,142 votes while FDC candidate, Hilda
Kesiime polled 370 votes.
NRM candidate, Peace Murungi Carlorine was declared as the Kamuganguzi sub county district councilor after polling 3,908 votes defeating an independent candidate, Caroline Asiimwe Tumuranye who polled 2,143 votes.