On March 29th 2021, Mukono Grade Two Magistrate, Steven Waidhuuba issued an order to search the premises of Tian Tang for rail sleepers, steel rails and Kyaci materials. The search was witnessed by Uganda Railway Corporation and security officials led by Captain Henry Mawejje and Superintendent of Police, Agnes Agabirwe.
“By assigning the applicant (Kyakuwa) duties of an assistant town clerk, the CAO was in effect assigning her to act in that position without a formal appointment which power vests in the district service commission. Therefore, the purported transfer of the applicant on the assignment of duties as assistant town clerk of Bukomero and later as sub-county chief was highly irregular and beyond the power of the CAO,” Justice Wolayo ruled.
Ongom was interdicted on December 9th, 2020 by Dr Juliet Nakku on charges of defiling his 15-year-old patient on November 23rd 2020, the case which was reported at Butabika Police Station by the mother of the girl.
In his ruling, Civil Division High Court Judge Phillip Odoki dismissed the application on grounds that the applicants did not adduce any evidence to prove that if court rejects their plea for interim orders they would suffer any loss, which cannot be atoned for by an award of damages.
Isabirye was interdicted for allegedly forging the signature of his supervisor Alex Omara Apitta the Commissioner for Physical Education and Sports and requisitioned for funds amounting to 20,728, 200 shillings.
Zubair Karangwa, the Kabale ward LCII Chairperson and James Kakande, the Kabale B LCI chairman are accused of conniving with two land brokers Asuman Lule and Tonny Katongole sell a plot of land to four people.
Ssekaana thus declared the said forced leave illegal and made no any orders affecting Osinde’s employment saying that he is no longer in the same employment since it was terminated in other court proceedings.
In an interview with Uganda Radio Network, Mabirizi who has been a money lender since his university days in 2009 said he started going to court in 2013 to seek orders to attach the properties of clients who failed to meet their part of the bargain.
For Juma Serwadda who was a resident of Namugongo, the Postmortem report shows that he had multiple abrasions involving the right cheek which was stained by both blood and soil and it also had multiple round shaped gunshot injuries.
The three parties through their lawyer of Rwakafuuzi and Co. Advocates said that the offense of criminal libel and offensive communication, when used against citizens who criticize politicians and public figures, are not reasonable and justifiable in an open democratic society based on humanity, equality and freedom
The said persons were arrested between June 24, and July 2, 2021, for orchestrating and participating in the shooting that happened on June 1, 2021, along Kisota road, a suburb of Kampala. Those in custody include Sheikh Yusuf Siraji Nyanzi, Hussein Sserubula, Muhammad Kagugube, Kamada Walusimbi, Siriman Ayuub Kisambira , Abdulaziz Ramathan Dunku, Habib Ramanthan Marjan and Huzaifa Wampa.
According to State Attorney Irene Namboozo, the suspects were among the hundreds of residents arrested on Tuesday and Wednesday night from bars, hideouts, and health clubs. Several others were arrested for defying curfew guidelines, which was put in place to control the spread of coronavirus disease.
Peter Mubbala a resident of Church Zone Lubaga Division in Kampala on Thursday appeared before Grade One Magistrate Patience Lorna Tukundane who charged him with one count of rash or negligent act causing death.