The National Resistance Movement primary elections in Kampala have been suspended.
Israel Kayonde, a member of the NRM party's electoral commission says the elections were called off this morning following the irregularities on the party registers.
Registers in some villages have either been found with wrong or missing voter biometric details.
In Kamwokya's church zone, voters turned up in big numbers only to find registers with no names.
The story was no different for the voters at Green valley zone and Conte -Africa polling stations where registers were nowhere to be seen.
Baguma Edward, one of the voters in Shauri Yako, says the polling station opened but there were no computers to guide the polling exercise. He claims that the LC 3 Chairman Godfrey Nyakana confiscated the computers.
Nyakana was not available for a comment as his phones were switched off.
Singh Katongole, contesting for the Rubaga North Parliamenrtray seat, stood disappointed as voters surrounded him demanding to know what went wrong with the polls.
He says that voters were stranded after they turned up to find empty polling stations.
Some contestants have been accused of stealing the ballot papers. Muhammad Nsereko contesting for the Kampala seat is one of the people accused of stealing the ballots. He however denies any involvement in election malpractice.
Voter emotions are rising high. Many have stormed the NRM secretariat to demand for an explanation about the anomalies.