But to Police, the respective advisories were not discriminate in nature and requires specific details which were not availed. Enanga also added however that if they were to go by detail, Komamboga was not one of those that were even mentioned in the advisory.
However, the evidence before court shows that the 7.5 billion shillings’ fraud was discovered in 2019 following an internal audit for the period between 2016 and 2018 which confirmed that there was suspected fraud of fictious payments at four of their branches.
Justice Paul Gadenya Wolimbwa dismissed the application on grounds that Nyanzi is facing a multiplicity of capital offences which attract a maximum sentence death penalty upon conviction and that if he was to give bail in such a matter, he would order for 150 million shillings, not cash.
They were arrested from Packwach Zombo and Arua districts in the aftermath of the attack and arraigned before the 4th Division Court Martial in Gulu District at different intervals on holding charges of treason.
He immediately appealed against both the conviction and sentence by the Magistrate but High Court judge Jane Frances Abodo dismissed his appeal on 25th October 2018. Rwakasama again appealed against the decision of High Court on grounds that the appellant judge (Justice Abodo) erred in law when she confirmed the conviction based on unreliable and uncorroborated evidence of a single identifying witness.
Wakanyiira asked court to declare that the transaction was a loan agreement not a sale agreement and that the undervaluation of the properties and cheating of stamp duties was an illegality sufficient to invalidate transfers of the properties.
Mabirizi contends that Kyagulanyi fraudulently obtained entry into Makerere University through the mature age entry scheme since he was just 20-year- old by the time of his admission on October 21, 2000, which was contrary to Makerere University prospectus of 1999/2000 -2000/2001.
Kabafunzaki was convicted of soliciting a bribe of five million Shillings from Hamid Muhammed, the Chairperson of Aya Group of Companies as an inducement to clear him of sexual abuse allegations that had been lodged against him by his former employee, about four years ago.
Through their lawyers of Cristal Advocates, the petitioners contend that they have been employed by the Africell in various capacities for varying periods ranging from 10 and 15 years under Africell, which has had different names including among others Hits Telecom Uganda Limited, Orange Uganda Limited and Africell Uganda Limited.
Nabulo has raised ten grounds challenging Justice Matovu's decision. She contends that the trial judge erred in law and fact when he heavily relied on the testimony of William Wamala in isolation of the remaining evidence.
The Constitutional Court panel led by Justice Fredrick Egonda Ntende has unanimously ruled that the provision under the Judicature Small Claims Procedure Regulations of 2011 barring an advocate during the proceedings contravenes with the Constitutional right to fair hearing which also includes the right to legal representation.
According to the circular, the former Judiciary Chief Registrar, Tom Chemtai is now the Jinja High Court Resident Judge, the former Deputy Director of the Law Development Centre, Justice Florence Nakachwa is now the resident Judge of Mukono High Court while the former Deputy Registrar in the Inspectorate of Courts, Justice Lawrence Tweyanze moves to Masaka High Court circuit.
However, the court found that less than half of the required 500 voters fulfilled the legal requirement of appending signatures to the petition with voters' identity cards, polling station details or districts where they were registered from.
She also wants a panel of three Court of Appeal Judges to declare that Acora was not validly elected as the district woman member of Parliament and be ordered to pay costs of this appeal and for the lower Court.