Late Oulanyah's Son Ojok Andrew Scoops Omoro By Election Replacing Oulanyah

Late Oulanyah's Son Ojok Andrew Scoops Omoro By Election Replacing Oulanyah


Andrew Ojok who is the National Resistance Movement (NRM) banner carrier has been pronounced the victor of the Omoro by-election to supplant his dad the late Rt Hon Jacob Oulanyah previous Speaker of Parliament.


As per the Omoro District Returning Officer, Moses Kagona, the NRM up-and-comer Ojok Oulanyah got 14,224 votes overcoming 5 others competitors.

Different up-and-comers included National Unity Platform banner carrier Toolit Okecha who got 1,633 votes, Independent competitor Terrence Odong got 532 votes, Forum for Democratic Change Justine Odong got 529, another free Jimmy Walter Onen got 88 votes and the Alliance for National Transformation banner conveyor Oscar Kiiza figured out how to get just 63.

Omoro Parliamentary seat became empty after the demise of previous Speaker of Parliament Rt Hon Jacob Oulanyah L'Okori who had been the MP from 2001 to 2006 and from 2011 until he passed on.

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