National Resistance Movement presidential candidate, Yoweri Museveni is leading other contenders in the 2016 race with 1,362,961 representing 61percent while his main rival Kizza Besigye of Forum for Democratic Change has 738,628 representing 33 percent.
Independent candidate of Go-Forward Amama Mbabazi pulled 41,291 representing 1.87 percent, Abed Bwanika got 22,180 votes representing 0.69 percent while the rest, each got less than one percent.
Announcing the results EC Chairman, Badru Kiggundu appealed to voters in areas where voting was postponed to and vote but again, he apologized for the mess.
Senior ministers defeated
In Bukinzo East, Defence Minister Crispus Kiyonga has lost, Irene Muloni is trailing.
In Bungokho South, State Minister for Industry, Michael Werikhe is trailing independent Andrew Mauso, In Rujumbura county, Rukungiri, Information and National Guidance Minister Maj.Gen. Jim Muhwezi has reportedly lost to FDC candidate. Newly appointed Minister of Internal Affairs, Rose Akol has lost her Bukedea Woman seat.
In Busia, State Minister for Karamonja Affairs, Barbara Nekesa is defeated by her rival. In Mitooma North, Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Maj. Gen. Kahinda Otafiire is reported to have lost to his opponent while long serving Deputy Prime and Minister for Public Service, Henry Kajura has lost his bid for Hoima Municipality which he had contested as an independent candidate.
In Lubaga South, veteran legislature, Ken Lukyamuzi is reported to have lost to city comedian Kato Lubwama while in Rubaga North; Beti Olive Kamya is bouncing back to Parliament. In Ntungamo Municipality, Independent candidate, Gerald Karuhanga won incumbent Yona Kanyomozi