By Prossy Kisakye
Presidential candidates have poked holes in the afro Barometer poll findings which indicated that most Ugandans are voting incumbent president in Thursday polls.
While Releasing the 2020/21 survey findings in Kampala yesterday, Francis Kibirige a lead researcher said out of the 84% respondents, 53% indicated that they would vote for Yoweri Museveni and his NRM Party on Thursday.
National Unity Platform presidential candidate, Robert Kyagulanyi came second with 18 % of the vote from the respondents while the rest of the candidates shared the 5%, as 22% of the respondents did not disclose their choice of candidate.
Now the Alliance for National Transformation, Mugisha Muntu revealed that he can’t suspend the findings but he can’t rely on it as well until tomorrow when Ugandans will decide their next president
Independent John Katumba said that he can’t react so much about the findings until he identifies the funder.
Meanwhile, Emmanuel Dombo, the director of communication NRM concurs with the findings basing on their commitment in votes search however he disagrees with the 53% percent of voters saying Ugandans ready to vote for Museveni are higher than that