Opposition politicians in Kasese are celebrating their success in retaining key posts in Bukonzo East, and Busongora North.
William Nzoghu of the FDC took Busongora North, which was predominantly NRM zone, after he beat Elijah Kyetunda of the NRM party.
Busongora South, which was represented by Christopher Kibanzanga, was taken by Boaz Kafude of the NRM party, while Bukonzo East was taken by Yokasi Bihande of the FDC party.
NRM's Chrispus Kiyonga, retained Bukonzo West, while Winfred Bihande of the FDC retained the district Woman member of Parliament.
The NRM's John Mbahimba has taken the Kasese municipality seat.
In the 2006 elections, the opposition had the majority MPs in Kasese, but the creation of the Municipality helped NRM to equalize with the opposition.
Meanwhile, President Museveni scooped a record 53 percent victory in Kasese, compared to the 44 percent victory he attained in the 2006 elections.
But the Kasese Resident District Commissioner, James Mwesigye, says despite the victory for Museveni, the voting patterns in Kasese, didn't change that much.
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In other districts of South Western Uganda, FDC got two parliamentary seats which are Rukungiri Municipality taken by Roland Kaginda and Rukiga County in Kabale by Jack Sabiiti.
Christopher Mbalibulha Kibanzanga, says the 9th parliament is going to be dominated by the opposition and the independents.
The hopeful Kibanzanga says he will win the Wednesday local council 5 seat in Kasese.