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Emmanuel Maganda, a brother to Aggrey Bagiire, the Bunhya West MP was last evening admitted in hospital after he was assaulted as a result of electoral violence in Mayuge.
Maganda was attacked at 11pm by unknown people while delivering appointment letters to polling agents of his brother Aggrey Bagiire.
Martin Okoyo, Mayuge, Mayuge District police commander says that the attackers also vandalized a car of registration number UAE 363V that was being used by Maganda.
He says that police says that police arrived at the scene immediately to stop the car from being set a blaze.
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Okoyo says that no suspects have been arrested in connection to the incident.
Until this afternoon, only one minor case of youths blocking voters from casting their votes was recorded in Mayuge.
Tom Kimalyo, a voter says that the incident occurred in Baitambogwe, Wairasa and Wabulungu Sub Counties.
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Amisi Mukama Ndhote, a voter in Bunhya East says that the voting in his area is calm.
He however says that transfer of some the polling stations has disorganized some voters.