Intense Hoima By-Election Campaigns End, NRM’s Mubaraka Optimistic About Victory

HOIMA – The Hoima District by-election campaigns were yesterday concluded after 14 days of intense voter mobilization to select the NRM flag bearer, Uthuman Mugisha Mubaraka.

The NRM team used a combination of mass rallies and strategic village-to-village approaches to leave no stone unturned.

Notably, they held two major rallies in Kigorobya and Buraru sub-counties, featuring prominent leaders such as NRM Vice Chairman Hon. Chris Baryomunsi, Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Robinah Nabbanja, and NRM Deputy Secretary General Rt. Hon. Rose Namayanja, among others.

With the Electoral Commission setting September 12 as the campaign deadline, Prime Minister Nabbanja made a last-minute appeal to residents, emphasizing that an NRM candidate would collaborate effectively with the government to address Hoima’s needs.

Namayanja underscored the NRM’s track record in advocating for the well-being of citizens, dating back to the liberation struggles in the 1980s, and urged voters to consider the accomplishments of the NRM government in Hoima district and city, such as improved infrastructure and a thriving economy due to peace.

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Mugisha, the NRM Candidate, expressed confidence in a resounding victory as he concluded his speeches at the two rallies.

He called on supporters to turn out and vote, promising to work closely with councillors, district technical staff, and stakeholders for the betterment of Hoima district.

The by-election features contenders including Vincent Muhumuza Savana (independent), Moses Aguuda (NUP), Patrick Musinguzi (FDC), and Lenox Mugume (independent). Hoima district comprises 12 sub-counties and two town councils.

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