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By MWENDE KASUJJA

Jubilee Party supporters on Friday lit up the internet with photos of their handmade ballots bearing sketches of aspirants.

The hilarious photos were shared in the wake of claims that the party’s primaries had been stopped in some areas due to ballot papers shortage.

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In the hand-drafted ballots shared online, supporters mimicked the format in the original ballot papers captioning that no shortage would bar them from casting their vote.

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Others shared photos of metallic buckets placed on tables in place of the plastic containers used during voting.

This even as the party’s board chairman Raphael Tuju in a press conference dismissed the ballot papers shortage claims.

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He said the papers dispatched to each polling station were more than enough and that the party had eight standby choppers should any need arise.