Speaking at the opening of a four-day convention for Advocates from several English-speaking African countries at Imperial Resort Hotel - Entebbe, Tayewa said he was expressing a personal opinion on issues he felt so passionate about.
Speaking at the closure of the induction and retreat for judges of the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court on Friday, Buteera said that it was important that each of the judges took care of each other’s emotions as they went on with their work, even if disagreed.
Speaking at a five-day induction/retreat for 28 judges elevated to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, as well as newly appointed judges, Dollo announced plans to decentralize the Court of Appeal by creating regional circuits in Mbale, Gulu, Jinja, Mbarara, and Fort Portal.
Fidari had her husband Mbaziira jailed over undisclosed charges and she started another relationship. When Mbaziira left jail, their love blossomed again, but continued with the other relationship as well until her husband's murder believed to have been motivated by her divided loyalty.
Entebbe Chief Magistrate Stella Maris Amabillis remanded the trio further after State Attorney Annet Janet Nabulobi informed the court that she was standing in for a colleague, Janet Kitimbo, who was away. Nabulobi also reported that the state file on the matter had been called by superiors following a complaint by one of the accused.
According to the charge sheet, Airport police slapped Madu with two counts of unlawful possession of psychotropic substances and illegal trafficking of psychotropic substances contrary to sections 4(1) and 2(9) of the Narcotic Drugs and psychotropic substances (Control) Act of 2016.
The prosecution alleged that on March 7th, 2023, the trio put their lives in harm’s way near State House Entebbe when they stood in the middle of the road in an attempt to stop the presidential motorcade.
UNRA says the Entebbe expressway project and the Northern Bypass "are some of the newly completed roads in the country and were designed and implemented in accordance with acceptable standards for Roads and Bridges and in compliance with the national policies, laws, regulations and industry practice."
He claims that in 2020, Amabilis participated in securing bail for lawyer Nicholas Opiyo in the Anti-Corruption Court where he was charged with among others money laundering. "Bail was granted to Opiyo...Opiyo is a brother to Mao and unless otherwise clarified, you are a relative to Mao," Mabirizi said.
Osudo wanted the court to make eleven declarations including that Bamwesigye was ineligible for an appointment and that the said shortlisting and a subsequent appointment was illegal, irregular, null, and void. In his affidavit, Osudo faulted the minister and the board for ignoring the "glaring inconsistencies and contradictions" in Bamwesigye's academic documents.
NEMA's senior public relations officer, Tony Acidria, explains that the suspects were arrested for being notorious noise polluters. "They are repeat offenders because the noise levels when measured were above the permissible level of 60 decibels during the day and 40 decibels in the night for places of worship in residential areas."
He now wants court to declare that the ministry and UNRA "are in breach of their statutory duty and obligation by omitting to install streetlights on the Northern Bypass, Kampala-Entebbe Expressway and all other national roads and highways". He wants court to also order government to install the streetlights along the expressway, highways and national roads across the country within two years.
Aboneka is also claiming for shillings 100 million in general damages "as compensation for the grave inconveniences and dangers exposed to the Plaintiff by the Defendants' failure to provide streetlights on the above roads."