The decision by the court now implies that Museveni who recently turned 75 years of age and will have been president for 35 consecutive years by next year's election, is now eligible to seek election for the sixth term of office and again and again indefinitely
This was followed by a notice which was put into the Uganda gazette on August 28 indicating that the Minister of Lands has already issued a statutory instrument regarding the piece of land situated in Kibuga block 7 plot 39.
Kalali, bitter that his signature was forged to mislead court that he had reached agreement with the EC, now wants court to set aside the contentious order such that prisoners can go ahead and vote in 2021 general elections
The matter was taken to court by lawyer Male Mabirizi, who accused him of falsifying documents to indicate that he was born in 1982, yet there is enough evidence, to show that he was born two years earlier. The falsified documents were used to secure a passport, and in his nomination as a parliamentary candidate.
Maate added that the suspect further told police that he murdered the four over land related wrangles between him and his parents, adding that the family gave him a piece of land on a steep slope where he couldn’t construct a house.
Owori is alleged to have demanded that Ssebagala pays 800 million shillings in costs which she had reportedly spent on their son, then aged five years. News published at that time quote Ssebagala’s lawyer Nelson Walusimbi saying that Owori demanded 2,500 dollars (now 9.2 million shillings) per month in child maintenance.
In her September 24th, 2020 letter, Kaitesi says the file is required to help the High Court to review the proceedings that resulted into the Magistrate's decision of allowing the Directorate of Public Prosecution to take over the criminal proceedings that were initially instituted by Male Mabirizi by way of private prosecution.
This is not the first time Ram Engineering is being implicated in fraudulent transactions. A few months ago, it was implicated in a case involving Makerere University after Cissy Mudhasi gave them exparte orders to attach more than Shillings 3 billion from the university account in Stanbic Bank.
Paul Simbwa, the former Secretary-General of National Unity, Reconciliation and Development Party-NURP said this as he was being cross-examined before the High Court Civil Division on how the party leadership changed hands from its Former leader Moses Kibalama Nkonge to Kyagulanyi.
The proceedings were stopped after the rowdy supporters of the NUP Principal Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu stormed the court in big numbers demanding to attend the session. But the courtroom was locked by counter-terrorism police officers to block the hundreds of NUP supporters from joining the session.
The court heard that between August and September 2020, they conspired with detective Prossy Candia who was charged in absentia, to commit a felony by destroying cash exhibits of one million Shillings that was required as evidence in a judicial proceeding.
The company argued that it had obtained a five year license from the TLB on 5th May 2009 that was being renewed annually. However, before the license could expire on 5th June 2014, the Secretary of the government agency cancelled it on 31st March 2014 at the request of the Police Director of Traffic and Road Safety AIGP Steven Kasiima.
His lawyer Anthony Wameli told court that his client had lost a close relative whose burial he had to attend and that he was also expected to swear an affidavit for the case in which the former leaders of NUP sued him.
Fredrick Tumwine, an intending male youth Councillor for Mujwala Sub County says that besides incurring costs to obtain signatures of seconders, they also challenged by the expenses associated with securing statutory declarations from the courts of law.