Updated Uganda Election Results Of Museveni Vs Bobi Wine

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Updated Uganda election results of Museveni vs Bobi Wine have emerged. NewsOne Nigeria reports that Uganda election 2021 is the fourth in the East African nation since multiparty politics was restored in 2005 — but by then President Yoweri Museveni had already been in power for nearly two decades. This online news platform understands that more than 18 million voters registered for Uganda election 2021 which held Thursday, January 14, 2021, where they cast ballots for presidential, parliamentary and local representatives. In the election, there are 11 presidential candidates vying for the leadership of Uganda over the next five years, and a candidate must win more than 50 percent of the vote to avoid a runoff. NewsOne Nigeria reports that polls have closed and vote counting is under way and results have started emerging in Uganda’s tense presidential election that pits longtime President Museveni against opposition frontrunner Bobi Wine, a pop star-turned-opposition leader. Updated Uganda Election Results for Uganda Election 2021 Busia preliminary results Mawero B Bobi Wine- 347 Museveni- 137 Mango tree Bobi Wine- 239 Museveni- 104 Bobi Wine- 207 Museveni- 152. Busia preliminary results Marach A Bobi Wine- 157 Museveni- 129 Marach B Bobi Wine- 184 Museveni- 126 Mawero C Bobi Wine- 272 Museveni- 67. Check the updated Uganda results here:

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