Ugandan President Museveni Wins Sixth Term
Uganda’s long-time president, Yoweri Museveni, is to rule the county for another term having been re-elected with 58.64 percent of the vote in Thursday’s polls, the country’s electoral commission announced yesterday. The new term will be his sixth as president.
Provisional Presidential results from the announcement from the Uganda Electoral Commission showed that results from 86 percent of polling stations went in favor of the incumbent president who garnered 5,300,831 votes (58%) while the main opposition candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi Wine got 3,119,965 votes (34.62%).
Kyagulanyi alleged widespread fraud during the election.
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