Last week, Kania asked Court to dismiss the petition on grounds that it lacked credibility because the petitioner’s lawyer did not renew his practising certificate at the time of commissioning the affidavits.
According to Boroa, One of the documents that were presented for the nomination of the candidate indicates that the bearer was known as Morris. A. K. Obiga, another bears the name Morris Azuma Kania Obiga, the third is in the names of Obiga Mario, while the other documents bear the name Obiga Mario Kania and the last one lists him as Obiga Kania. He argues that such a representation is erroneous and illegal.
On Sunday, Arua Chief Magistrate, Daniel Lubowa led both parties to the EC offices at Terego District headquarters to inspect the ballot boxes before issuing the order for the vote recount but the District Registrar, Paul Meru was no show. He ruled that since EC failed to avail the ballot boxes, it should pay the petitioner and the MP-elect costs of the suit and general damages.