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LIVE: President Museveni 6th term swearing in

President Museveni inspects a guard of honour today.
PHOTO @StateHouseKenya

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Ceremonies for the 6th swearing in of President Yoweri Museveni have started in Kololo, Kampala today.

Several African presidents including Samia Suluhu Hassan of Tanzania and Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya  have already arrived for the function.

Also invited to attend the ceremony from within the country include all former presidential candidates, ministers and ministers of state, all MPs-elect, members of the Central Executive Committee, some religious and cultural leaders, 17 delegates from each district, members of the East African Legislative Assembly and some members of the business community.

President Museveni was declared by the Electoral Commission as the winner of the January 14 elections having defeated 10 other candidates with 58 percent of all valid votes cast. If he completes his term in 2026, Museveni will have collectively ruled Uganda for 40 years.


Candidate Party Votes %
Yoweri Museveni National Resistance Movement 6,042,898 58.38
Bobi Wine National Unity Platform 3,631,437 35.08
Patrick Oboi Amuriat Forum for Democratic Change 337,589 3.26
Mugisha Muntu Alliance for National Transformation 67,574 0.65
Norbert Mao Democratic Party 57,682 0.56
Henry Tumukunde Independent 51,392 0.50
Joseph Kabuleta Independent 45,424 0.44
Nancy Kalembe Independent 38,772 0.37
John Katumba Independent 37,554 0.36
Fred Mwesigye Independent 25,483 0.25
Willy Mayambala Independent 15,014 0.15
Total 10,350,819 100.00
Valid votes 10,350,819 96.34
Invalid/blank votes 393,500 3.66
Total votes 10,744,319 100.00
Registered voters/turnout 18,103,603 59.35
Source: ECU


  1. congratulations our president,you kept our security well and businesses is booming well,my president my future

  2. You have to admire bwana rais for surviving/ruling for so long with the instruments of power compared to his predecessors through a combination of luck and brutal force. His sixth term hotuba- speech was summed up by East African News-‘ The pan-African ideals and historical anecdotes that occupied a significant portion of his inauguration speech have little relevance to a population that is grappling with immediate existential challenges’.

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