Full list of NRM Primary Election Winners in Gulu, Amuru and Nwoya Districts

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In short
The Nwoya woman MP Lilly Adong and Amuru district chairperson Anthony Omach Atube have lost their sits in the just concluded NRM polls.

Full list of NRM election winners in Gulu, Amuru and Nwoya districts
GULU DISTRICT
VOTES
STATUS
Mayor Gulu Municipality
 
 
Alfred Owkonga
5,191
Winner
Labongo Joachim
1,180

 
 
 
Gulu Municipality MP
 
 
Jok-kene Timothy
2,817
Winner
Patrick Onen Ezaga
1,391

George Aligech
1,386

Christine Atimango
435

Oryema Robinson
157

 
 
 
Woman MP-Gulu district
 
 
Lamwaka Catherine
20,530
Winner
Aber Harriet Lajul
7,332

Laker Sharon Balmoi
5,279

Lamuno Joyce
739

 
 
 
Gulu LC 5 chairperson
 
 
Dochobella Chris P'Ochaya
16,115
Winner
Olanya Billy Graham
11,195

 
 
 
NWOYA DISTRICT
 
 
Woman MP
 
 
Achan Judith
6,919
Winner
Adong Lilly
5,503
 
 
 
Nwoya County MP
 
 
Sunday Opiyo
4,037
Winner
Tonny Awany
3,603

Mwaka George
3,545

Emmanuel Orach
1,226

 
 
 
Nwoya LC5 chairperson
 
 
Akena Geoffrey
3,402
Winner
Otukene Micheal
2,838

Francis Agula
2,641
 
Atare Richard
3,250

 
 
 
Amuru District
 
 
Kilak South
 
 
Nyeko Micheal Ocula
2,174
Winner
Moses Onen
1,711

 
Lanam Kijange
1,945

 
 
 
Kilak North 
 
 
Ojera Christopher
1,961
Winner
Omach Anthony Atube
1,178

Okot Geoffrey
759

Atim Josephine
652

Odoki Joe Alfred
476

 
 
 
Amuru Woman MP
 
 
Jane Frances Okilli
7,853
Winner
Abalo Gloria
1,493

Aber Caroline
1,196
 
Miriam Ogena
427

 
 
 
 Amuru LC 5
 
 
Orach Geoffrey Otobi
6,757
Winner
Christopher Odongkara
4,087

 
 
 
OMORO COUNTY-Gulu
 
 
Jacob Oulanya
9,294
Winner
Ochan Johnson Onen
837

 
 
 
ASWA COUNTY-Gulu

 

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“Journalism that changes lives is my goal,” Alex Otto has said on more than one occasion. That is his career’s guiding principle. Has been since he was a radio journalist in the northern Ugandan town of Gulu in 2009.

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