Lands minister Betty Namisango Kamya, was defeated at Sendi’s Compound polling station in Lungujja parish, her home polling station where she voted from.
At this polling station, minister Kamya garnered 375( three hundred seventy five) votes defeated by the Nation Unity Platform-NUP, parliamentary candidate Ababaker Kawalya in Rubaga North constituency who has managed to score 598 votes and the incumbent Moses Kasibante scored 151 ( one hundred fifty one).
Kamya who is standing with other candidates include; Arafat Sulaiman, Nicholus Semayobe and Francis Kizito.
Voters on Sendi’s Compound polling station attribute Minister Kamya’s defeat to her being a member of Nation Resistance Movement-NRM.
William Kakooza, a resident of Lungujja who had his vote cast at the same polling station said, people in Kampala are tired of hearing anything to do with NRM.
“Betty Kamya is a good person and she is loved by people in this area because she is born here and even her father’s family is just ahead,” Kakooza adds.
In the same polling station, the NUP Presidential candidate, Robert Kyagulanya defeated all 11(eleven) contenders by scoring 899 votes followed by president Yoweri Museveni, NRM Candidate who scored 219( two hundred nineteen votes).