According to the purchase agreement, Lyomoki and his wife were supposed to hand over to the buyers a certificate of title, signed transfer forms and mutation forms after receiving the purchase price.
However, the petitioners argue that Lyomoki and his wife have failed to deliver certificate of title and signed transfer forms to them despite several requests
On Thursday, Justice Kisakye expressed her dissatisfaction with the way the Office of DPP conducts its duties. This was after the Assistant Director of Public Prosecution, David Ndamurana Ateenyi said that he was not ready to proceed with the prosecution of the appeal.
Justice Musene said most money lenders have remained adamant to seek licenses because the law bars them from exploiting borrowers. He revealed that instead the persons have continued to operate and subsequently dupe their clients into signing property sale agreements yet in actual sense they are lending them some money.
As a police officer investigating fraud, Mugisha, during the course of his duties received a treasury cheque valued at US Dollars 114,300.79 which he took custody of. However, the cheque was mysteriously cashed in Nairobi, Kenya by some other person.