Drama as Bobi Wine’s percentage increases to 35% after EC releasing final results.

The Electoral Commission (EC) has released the final presidential election results and here they are.

In the final results, Museveni won the election with 6,042898 votes representing 58.38% of the vote, while his closet challenger Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine garnered 3,631,437 votes representing 35.08%.
Patrick Amuriat Oboi of Forum for Democratic (FDC) got 337,589 votes representing 3.26% of the valid votes cast, Joseph Kabuleta got 45,424 votes representing 0.44%, Nancy Kalembe Linda got 38,772 votes representing 0.37%, John Katumba got 37,554 votes representing 0.36%, Nobert Mao got 57,682 votes representing. 0.56%.
Willy Mayambala garnered 15,041 votes representing 0.15% of the valid votes cast, Mugisha Muntu Gregg got 67,574 votes representing 0.65%, Fred Mwesigye garnered 25,483 votes representing 0.25% while Henry Tumukunde got 51,392 votes representing 0.50%.
Last week, reports emerged that the Electoral Commission had uploaded, and then deleted full results of presidential election on its website, which the Commission spokesperson Paul Bukenya dismissed, and clarified that the Commission’s technical team had developed and tested the links where results would be put, but later disabled them.

Also Read: Untold story of how Moses Radio wanted to stand for presidency.

Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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