The deputy speaker of parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, is the winner of Omoro County parliamentary seat, without any results confirming his victory.
Oulanyah was declared winner on Friday by Gulu district returning officer, Benson Obete after [losing] to his rival, Simon Toolit Akecha, the FDC flag bearer.
Akecha was leading in the provisional results with Oulanyah and three other candidates Walter Lamony Can-Ogura, Dick Denis Owani and Job Collin Okello, trialing.
Obete while declaring the results did not declare the number of votes obtained by Oulanyah saying that he had a tight schedule to tally votes for presidential candidates.
Kiyonga also “wins”
In Kasese district, the returning officer declared Grace Katushabe, the FDC candidate winner of Bukonzo West seat.
Kiyonga refused to accept the results sparking a standoff with voters.
Teargas and bullets then rocked the town with the army taking over the tally centre and blockading Kasese-Fort Portal road.
A 13-year-old boy was reportedly shot in the scuffle.
By the end of the day, Kiyonga was declared the winner.
The FDC members rejected the results sparking another standoff with the military.
Tensions continue in Kasese town as opposition demands a recount.
Elsewhere, the Gulu woman member of parliament, the incumbent Betty Aol Ocan of FDC, retained her seat after beating two of her opponents.
In Aswa County, Regan Okumu, retained his seat after beating his party competitor, Christopher Acire FDC and other candidates.
In Busiro North Wakiso district, incumbent member of Parliament (MP) and former vice president, Gilbert Balibaseka Bukenya, is trailing National Resistance Movement (NRM) flag-bearer, Dennis Ssozi Galabuzi.
Preliminary results from Wakiso district tally centre, according to New Vision, showed Galabuzi was leading by a margin of 10,000 votes.
The incumbent MP for Busiro East, Medard Lubega Sseggona and Wakiso district MP, Rosemary Senninde, were also leading their contenders in the parliamentary race, according to preliminary results obtained.
Kyadondo East independent candidate Apollo Kantiinti was in early lead, although facing competition from NRM flag-bearer Stella Nanyonga Njuba. Njuba is also the daughter of the late Sam Njuba, FDC’s former chairman.
In Kira municipality, FDC spokesman Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda was leading with a big margin.
In Makindye Ssabagabo, DP candidate Ssempala Kigozi was ahead of Moses Kirumira Kalungi, Nyombi Nansubuga Sarah and Frank Kyazze (NRM).