Uganda’s longtime President Yoweri Museveni has secured a sixth term in office that will take his reign into a fourth decade following a poll in which the electoral commission says he secured 58.6 percent of the vote, but his rivals say was marred by irregularities. Al Jazeera reports that while Bobi Wine, the 76-year-old’s closest challenger who garnered an official 34.8 percent, along with other opposition candidates, said on Sunday he would contest the results in court, analysts said they did not expect a legal challenge to produce a different result. “The court will rule: ‘while there were irregularities, they were not enough to change the outcomes of the election’,” Abdullahi Boru Halakhe, a Horn of Africa analyst, told the news agency.