Deputy Attorney General, Mwesigwa Rukutana, who was beaten last week, seems to be healing perfectly well with a win against Justus Karuhanga in Rushenyi County NRM primaries in Ntungamo District.
Former Ethics and Integrity Minister, Nsaba Buturo, is also said to have overcome Eddie Kwizera in Bufumbira East.
Information and National Guidance Minister, Jim Muhwezi, is also doing well in Rujumbura country Rukungiri district.
In a sad turn out, Matia Kintu Musoke lost to Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja in Kalungu County East.
In Mawokota North, the Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives, Hon Amelia Kymbadde, reportedly beat Grace Kansiime.
In Ndorwa East Kabale district, Minister David Bahati is said to trailing Henry Musasizi.
In Ntungamo, Hon Stephen Tashobya lost to Michael Timuzigu in Kajara country race.
In Mityana North, Godfrey Kiwanda Suubi, was in an early lead, Singh Katongole was also leading in Rubaga North while Yona Musinguzi won the Ntungamo Municipality seat.
In Ibanda North, Maj Guma Gumisiriza is said to be leading Kyoma Xavier, while in Kitagwenda, Nulu Byamukama could lose to Abbas.
Former Minister Kabakumba Matsiko lost the Bujenje county race in Masindi district as opposed to Security Minister Karooro Okurut who is doing well in Bushenyi.
State Minister for Defence Gen Jeje Odongo is leading in Orungo county; Jackline Amongin is expected to pick Ngora County seat; Moses Balyeku has already won Jinja West constituency seat while David Eroku is expected to do the same in Soroti County.
Minister Musa Ecweru and Cosmas Elotu are also in the driving seat.
In Igara East, Andrew Martial beat Michael Mawanda but Hon. Bright Rwamirama is determined to retain Isingiro North County.
Simeo Nsubuga has beat State Minister for ICT, Nyombi Thembo, in Kassanda South.
These are still provisional results not the official results.