[All photos credit: Sheila Nduhukire NTV]
The violence that is characteristic of the ruling party, NRM elections is spreading from Masaka, Lwengo and Ntungamo districts.
In Ntungamo, supporters of Ntungamo Mayoral Aspirant, Jacob Kafureeka, were allegedly beaten by the incumbent MP, Yona Musinguzi’s supporters in bloody clashes.
Images coming from the district show blood-stained shirts of supporters who continue to fall victim to NRM’s violent elections.
Police instead raided Kafureeka’s home last night where it allegedly seized fake NRM cards.
The cards were displayed before the press by Ntungamo DPC, Baker Kawonawo.
Blood shed spread by the NRM elections is still ongoing across the country.
Police spokesman Fred Enanga, says more violence is expected in Kampala, Soroti, Mbale, Butaleja, Katakwi, Hoima, and Bundibugyo districts.
Other violent places according to NRM electoral commission chairman, Tanga Odoi, include Sembabule, Masaka, Kibuku, Bukedea, Iganga, Kayunga, Kanungu and Isingiro districts.
Two weeks ago, the party’s offices in Sembabule district were set ablaze by angry supporters accusing the local NRM electoral officials of bias.
Today, violent clashes resumed that saw many injured including a mother and her daughter who were injured by rubber bullets inside their home.
The clashes involved supporters of Lwemiyaga MP Theodore Ssekikubo and those of his rival Patrick Nkalubo.
Two people were also seriously injured in Hoima municipality in a clash between supporters of third deputy Prime Minister Henry Muganwa Kajura and Lawrence Bategeka.
In Luweero, the home of newly-elected district NRM chairman, Ronald Ndawula, was set ablaze.