Northern Uganda musician Bosmic Otim who quit People Power and joined the ruling NRM party won’t be able to contest for a Parliamentary seat in 2021 elections.
Bosmic failed to obtain the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) in last year’s examinations.
He sat for UACE from Gulu Hall Centre as a student of St Joseph’s College Layibi in Gulu municipality.
Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) released the results on Thursday and Bosmic
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scored F9 in General paper, F in History, F in CRE, F in Arts and X in CST.
Persons contesting for Parliamentary seats are required to have the certificate, granted upon obtaining principal and/or subsidiary passes at A’ level.
He told Uganda Radio Network [URN] that his results could have been purposely altered to disorganize him and edge him out of contesting for a seat in 2021.
He said since joining the National Resistance Movement (NRM) party, top shots have been trying to sabotage him.
He was aiming for the Kitgum municipality Parliamentary seat now occupied by Beatrice Atim Anywar, the State Minister for environment.