Moses Kigongo, The vice-chairman of National Resistance Movement party is in Kalungu East to conduct fresh investigations into the disputed NRM polls.
The investigations come amid rising concern about the NRM party's failure to declare who will represent them in the parliamentary race for the Kalungu East constituency.
During the party primaries, the race was between Vincent Ssempijja and incumbent MP Umar Lule Mawiya.
On September 7th, Florence Nanyanzi, the greater Masaka registrar, declared MP Lule Mawiya winner with 18, 481 votes against Ssempijja's 12, 372 votes.
But Ssempijja disputed the results and petitioned the NRM electoral commission. He said that the poll was fraught with several irregularities that ranged voting rigging, ballot stuffing to UPDF interference in the electoral process.
On Tuesday, Kigongo Moses met Vincent Ssempijja, MP Lule Mawiya, the NRM registrars and administrative secretary, and Umar Ssebulime at Kalungu district NRM offices.
Wearing a stripped yellow shirt, Kigongo tasked MP Mawiya to explain the whereabouts of over 12,000 votes from 4 parishes. He accused Mawiya of tarnishing the party's image by involving in vote rigging and bribery.
Kigongo who was accompanied by Kavuma Nvumetta, Kalangala Women MP also recorded statements from Vincent Ssempijja the complainant, Umar Ssebulime greater Masaka NRM administrative secretary, Kalungu district NRM returning officer for their role in disputed polls.
He then addressed a section of NRM supporters and told that he had come back to conduct investigation over the disputed polls.
Kigongo said that he will move from village by village to ascertain the results especially in Kiweesa, Lusango, and Kiti parishes.
Mawiya has however apologized for the irregularities in the polls, but insists that he won the polls.
David Kawunde, a voter at Lusango village in Lukaaya town council says that he wants Kigongo committee to arrest and prosecute those involved in the mess.