Only two out of the eight presidential candidates have their polling agents visible at the polling stations in Wakiso district.
Polling agents of the NRM candidate Yoweri Museveni and the FDC candidate Kiiza Besigye were clearly visible at the many polling stations visited in both Wakiso and Kakiri.
But the presiding officers were also left questioning why the other six candidates did not field any polling agents.
A survey by the Uganda radio network reporter in Wakiso found out that more than 20 polling station between Kakiri and Wakiso did not have any of the agents for the remaining six candidates.
But on Wednesday, the six other presidential candidates- Norbert Mao of Democratic Party (DP), Olara Otunu of Uganda People's Congress (UPC), Bidandi Ssali of People's Progressive Party (PPP), Betty Kamya of Uganda Federal Alliance (UFA), Abed Bwanika of People's Development Party (PDP) and Sam Lubega Independent announced an alliance intended to field joint agents to monitor the poll.
Meanwhile, the surging number of complaints regarding the missing voters names on the register has overwhelmed polling officers in Wakiso.
Godfery Lule, has for the last three consecutive elections voted from the Church of Uganda Polling station. Today however, Lule was shocked to find his name missing from the register.
Lule says that he was forced to traverse up to 10 polling stations trying to search for his name on the registers, but in vain.
Moses Walusimbi, another voter was found stranded at Kakiri polling station, wondering why his name was missing from the register.
Many voters were seen pacing up and down from one polling station to another trying to find out their names on the register.
But Margaret Kugonza, the Wakiso district returning officer, says that the missing names could have been detected at the voter display stage. She explains that some polling stations with more than 800 voters were forced to relocate the extra voters to polling stations with fewer voters.
Kugonza however says that she has ordered her staffs to try and find ways of speeding up the process of tracing voters who were relocated to other polling stations.