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Court throws out application for Jinja city mayoral vote recount

Jinja, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | The Jinja Chief Magistrate’s court has dismissed an application demanding for a vote recount in the Jinja City Mayoral seat.  The application was filed by Robert Kanusu, the former National Resistance Movement-NRM flag bearer who was defeated by National Unity Platform’s-NUP, Peter Kasolo.  Kasolo won …

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Peter Kasolo defeats Dr Frank Nabwiso in Jinja city

Jinja, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | Peter Kasolo, a candidate for the National Unity Platform has been declared winner of the Jinja City Mayoral Race. He polled 11,899 votes, to defeat Frank Nabwiso of the Forum for Democratic Change -FDC who scored 10, 398 votes and Robert Kanusu of the National …

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Can Kanusu humble his political mentor, Nabwiso in Jinja city mayoral race

Jinja, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | There are high stakes in the Jinja City mayoral race as once close political allies the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC candidate, Frank Nabwiso and former Uganda People’s Congress-UPC diehard and now National Resistance Movement-NRM candidate, Robert Kanusu face off. Although the race has attracted over …

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Presidential candidate Nancy Kalembe aims to stop land grabbing

Kampala, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |  Independent candidate Nancy Linda Kalembe aims to stop land grabbing, to improve Uganda’s economy. According to Kalembe, due to land grabbing in Uganda, people cannot produce goods and contribute to the economy, have collateral to business or merge with others who have the human and …

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Jinja residents anxious about new city status

Jinja, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | Residents in the outskirts of Jinja city are anxious about the operations of the new City, which, according to them, could have effects on land ownership.  Jinja City became operational on July 1. But some of the residents in the villages of Budondo, Mafubira and …

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