It is the National Bureau for Non-government Organisations- NGO Bureau that suspended operations of NEW -U on 29th October 2020 saying that it wasn't registered as an NGO yet engaging in activities of NGOs and majority of its over 50 members were registered NGOs.
In the unanimous decision, three Justices Catherine Bamugemereire, Remmy Kasule and Muzamiru Mutangula Kibeedi, the court also upheld the order of compensation of 3.4 billion shillings each against Lwamafa and Kunsa in addition to barring them from holding a public office for 10 years.
In his ruling, Justice Wamala agreed with the submissions of the respondents saying that the applications like this filed by Kukunda which have no sound legal basis have been many in court and the same practice cannot be upheld.
Mabirizi asked court to issue a permanent injunction prohibiting any Uganda Government official from implementing or acting on the strength of the Cabinet decision requiring every motor vehicle to be fitted with tracking devices at owners cost on grounds of its being unconstitutional.
Trouble for Ogwanga started after the 15-year-old Primary three granddaughter, who is three months pregnant told her clan and local council leaders that her grandfather has been sexually molesting her from January whenever her grandmother would go to the market.
Accoding to Matenga, the interim order of injunction issued restrains the respondents and their agents, relatives, workmen or any other person deriving any interests from them from further trespassing, evicting, intimidating, fencing, demarcating boundary, arresting, renting out, selling, erecting houses or temporary structures, cultivating, alienating and/or in any other way dealing with the suit land measuring approximately 3,700 acres (nearly 6 square miles).
It is alleged that Mudhasi had conspired with lawyers Akleo Mugisha and Martha Orishaba, and the RAM Engineering Company Director Julius Mugambagye to defraud Makerere University of 3.5 billion shillings among other allegations.
Chief Registrar Sarah Langa announced Justice Kasule’s retirement in a memo to the judges of the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court, registrars and magistrates. She said that Justice Kasule successfully completed his contract as justice of Appeal and the Constitutional Court on July 22 this year.
Mubiru was on March 22 2021 arraigned before the General Court Martial led by Lt General Andrew Gutti and charged with one offence under the Uganda People’s Defense Forces Act of 2005 of unauthorized wearing of a uniform.
The four-acre piece of land is a subject of contention between Buganda Royal Business and Technical Institute and Charles Mugema. Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi donated the land that was initially part of the official Mailo of the Ssabalamuzi of Buganda to the school for expansion.
Through his lawyers of Wameli and Company Advocates, Munaabi argues that it is more than 48 hours ever since Ssekitoleko was arrested without being arraigned before any competent court. “Ssekitoleko Julius has been in detention since 23rd July 2021, which is over 96 hours", reads Manabí’s supporting affidavit in part.
The Prosecutors state that as Frontline workers in the Justice Law and Order Sector they are disappointed over the government's oversight in catering for the Prosecutors in the Covid-19 supplementary budget, a step which has reportedly handicapped the operations of members.
Mabirizi now wants a permanent injuction prohibiting any Uganda Government official from implementing or acting on the strength of the Cabinet decision requiring every motor vehicle to be fitted with tracking devices at owners cost on grounds of being unconstitutional.
In defense, government opposed the application arguing that it is defective since it was filed after a period of 10 years. Section 19(1) of the Human Rights (Enforcement) Act provides that actions for enforcement of human rights shall be instituted within 10 years of the occurrence of the human rights violation.