During the hearing at Kabale High Court Mutabazi’s lawyer, Akram Matovu asked the court to summon top officials from the Ministry of Education and Sports, National Council for Higher Education to appear before the court to defend the legitimacy of Bizimana’s academic credentials.
Turyamuhweza petitioned the court saying that there was voter bribery and ballot stuffing. He also accused Muhwezi of conniving with security officials in the district to intimidate and chase away his agents and supporters from polling stations on polling day.
Owebeyi told the fresh affidavits are from witnesses testifying that the polls were a sham. He claims that due to the wrong names on the ballot papers, many voters didn’t participate in the elections while others made the wrong choices.
His Worship Isaac Rukundo granted him a cash bail of 200,000 Shillings and two of his sureties including the pastor of Muhanga Pearl Deliverance Richard Mucunguzi his brother Bruno Mutambuuka each was bonded for 500000 Shillings -not cash.
Derrick Katebire Mugyesera, the NUP Party Secretary-General for Kigezi Region says however much he was ready to stand surety so that Turyasingura is released on bail. He was instead detained at court cells until at around 05:30 PM when police officers signed some papers they refused anybody to see and drove him out of court premises to Kabale central police station in Kabale municipality.
Emmanuel Arineitwe, the district councillor representing Kitumba Sub County was appointed Secretary for Health, Education, Sports and Community-Based Services by the LCV Chairperson Nelson Nshangabasheija.
William Kangire, 72, a young brother of David Kagoro Kangyire narrates that his sibling dropped out of senior three at Kigezi College Butobere to join Fronasa at 20 years of age. He says that Kagoro was arrested by Amin’s soldiers while hiding in one of the Hotels in Gulu district where he was acting as a spy for Fronasa.
While NUP and other political parties won Parliamentary and District council seats, the Alliance for National Transformation did not win any parliamentary seat, and only won only one district leadership position in the Terego district. But Muntu told a meeting convened this morning to review the party's performance in the Kigezi region, that the loss was not surprising.
In Kisoro district, the incumbent and NRM candidate, Abel Bizimana retained his seat after garnering 55567 votes to defeat his closest contender and former LC V chairperson, Milton Bazanye Mutabazi who got 13234 votes. Independent Naboth Tumubweire trailed with 1597 votes.
In December, the party released 60 Billion Shillings, to enable flag bearers canvass support for President Museveni. The money was meant to facilitate the procurement of campaign logistics and materials to support their respective campaigns.
Addressing a press conference at Kings Hotel in Kabale district on Friday night, Muntu says that removing age limit and term limit from constitution was a mistake because it completely crippled the chances of a peaceful transition of power from leader to another.
Presidential Candidate John Katumba the Media Council's Order To re-register journalists ahead of the elections not only brings shame to Uganda but also distorts the positive achievements the country has made
Katumba told voters in Kabale that the MPs they voted 'rewarded' them by imposing OTT tax on them and in any case they are too many and he pledges to reduce the size of parliament so the excessive earnings of MPs can be spent on building roads and schools.