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Andrew Ojok replaces father Oulanyah as Omoro MP 

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Andrew Ojok Oulanyah, the son of the deceased former speaker of Parliament Jacob, has been declared the winner of Thursday's bi-election. He garnered 14,224 votes, representing 82 percent of the total number of votes (17454) cast. National Unity Platform’s Toolit Simon came a distant second with 1,633 votes.
3 months ago·Uganda

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Andrew Ojok replaces father Oulanyah as Omoro MP 

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3 months ago·Uganda
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Ojok wins Omoro bi-election to replace his father – Sunrise

Andrew Ojok Oulanyah celebrating his victory The Uganda Electoral Commission has declared Andrew Ojok Oulanyah, the son of the deceased former speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah as the winner of Thursday’s bi-election to fill the vacant seat for the Omoro constituency.Omoro district Returning officer Kagona Moses declared Ojok as the winner with a with a landslide after he garnered 14,224 votes, representing 82 percent of the total number of v…

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Andrew Ojok wins Omoro by-elections to replace his late father Jacob Oulanyah

NRM's Andrew Ojok has been announced the winner of Omoro-County by-elections in a tight race to replace his late father Jacob Oulanyah.

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