Campaigns for the Amuru woman parliamentary seat officially end today ahead of a by- election on Thursday.
Six candidates including NRM’s Jane Frances Okili and joint opposition candidate Lucky Akello have for the past two weeks traversed different parts of the district soliciting for votes.
The Electoral Commission spokesperson Jotham Taremwa has described the entire campaign period as peaceful with no chaotic scenes.
Talemwa says the commission will today dispatch of the electoral materials including ballot papers boxes among other to be used in the voting process.
The Amuru woman parliamentary seat fell vacant following the resignation of Betty Bigombe after her appointment to the World Bank.
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