It is alleged that on March 18, 2015, the law firm forged the signature of then Masindi High Court Judge, Justice Ralph Ochan, and issued fake letters of administration of the property and credits of the estate of the Late Antwane Kalete.
Speaking to journalists after the court session, Kalari expressed gratitude that the court determined the case in his favor. He said the ruling should work as a lesson to member states that when they are part of a treaty, they should respect its provisions.
Ssefunka has filed a civil suit against the duo in Masaka High court. In his suit, Ssefunka accuses the two of conducting a community meeting on his land in Budda Village in Kibinge sub-county where they incited tenants against paying nominal rental fees as well as blocking him from accessing and developing his land.
"There is sufficient evidence of ballot pre-ticking, balloting stuffing, and multiple voting, which is strengthened by the fact that the 100% voter turn recorded at one polling station could not have been possible given the fact that there were people who had died and some who did not vote but were still on the voters' register," the panel ruled.