BUSHENYI- The Bushenyi Ishaka Parliamentary aspirant Chris Muganzi commonly known as Enganzi has said general elections will be free and fair compared to NRM Primaries.
Chris Muganzi lost in the NRM Primaries which he alleges were marred by irregularities being a reason for his failure.
The September election was won by Kabura Derrick Beimukye but most of the aspirants were against his victory. These Included, Chris Muganzi, Spencer Turyomwe, Hon Arinda Gordon Cowboy and Marvin Baryaruha.
Talking to our reporter today, Chris Muganzi who is now eyeing the same seat on the independent ticket believes there will be compliancy with the electoral laws & adherence to the National Voters Register which wasn’t the case in the NRM Primaries.
“This time people are determined to vote for the right leaders to represent them rather than who offers them posho, money, etc & yet he or she is not a proper & fit person to deliver in Parliament” he said.
He said there were many irregularities that marred the NRM primaries & instigated by the Party leaders.
“General elections are governed by laws & if not conducted in accordance with such, it’s easy to challenge the outcome in courts of law with evidence” he revealed.
The Bushenyi Ishaka MP race has sofar attracted more than 5 people who include Odo Tayeebwa (FDC) Don Nasser (Independent), Chris Muganzi (Independent), Kabura Derrick (NRM), Yedidiya Nyakahangura (ANT) and some others.
In other related affairs, Professor Tarsis Kabwegyere has declared his intentions to stand as an independent candidate for MP Igara West Constituency in the 2021 general elections.
The reknown NRM Cadre lost in the recently concluded NRM Primaries to the Kasambya County MP Hon Mbwatekamwa Gaffa.
Others who had contested in the primaries included Adam Kyakuwa, Kobusingye Adrine Domaro, Horace Muhabuzi, Dr Karuhanga Nickolas among others.
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