The Ssembabule electoral commission returning officer, Latif Ngonzi, has declared Sam Kutesa, the minister for foreign affairs winner of the Mawogola County Parliamentary seat.
Minister Sam Kuteesa pulled 34,571 votes(67.94%) beating up Isha Ntumwa (independent) 8,198(16.01%),Faisal Damulira got 342 votes(0.6%),Mukasa Abdul 1,720 and his cousin David Mushabe Gureme 6,390 votes.
The incumbent Ssembabule woman MP Anifa Kawooya Baingirana, has retained her seat after she beat up her only independent rival, Hilda Irene Kyomugisha, with 42,569 votes by 25,691 votes.
The controversial Lwemiyaga county MP Ssekikubo Theodore has again win her main rival Patrick Nkalubo with a lower margin.
Ssekikubo polled 8,593 votes against Nkalubo's 8,190 votes.
Ngonzi released the results this afternoon amid threats from supporters who threatened to beat him up for delaying to declare the final results.
Supporters accused Ngonzi of conniving with MP Ssekikubo Theodore's opponents to rig his votes.
Anifa Kawooya, Patrick Nkalubo and supporters MP Ssekikubo described the win as a double win between him and Nkalubo and his close allies headed Minister Sam Kuteesa.
He called for unity to end the wrangles that have torn the district apart.
After the declaration the MP Ssekikubo headed a procession to celebrate his win.
Meanwhile, Isha Ntumwa has rejected the polls, citing vote rigging and vowed to petition the court over the matter.
Ntumwa was contesting for the Mawogola county parliamentary