Through his lawyers of Kesiime and Company Advocates, Begumisa argues that the learned trial Judge erred in law and fact when he failed to make a general finding on whether his affidavits in support of the petition were in compliance with the law or not.
Paul Bukenya, the Electoral Commission Acting Spokesperson says that the public display for the voters’ register officially starts today and will run for the next 10 days until 17th November. He says that the exercise is to help the electoral body clean up the voters’ register.
In his appeal, Galisonga contends that the learned trial Judge erred in law and fact when she found that there were illegal acts of violence and interference with his electioneering activities but that the offences did not affect the results of the election in a substantial manner.
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.
Justice Kazibwe also concurred with Kato and the Electoral Commission’s legal team that all affidavits carried different font size and line spacing from the main body and that the statement of the Commissioner of Oaths was independent of all the pages, which he said was conclusive evidence that the deponents did not appear before the Commissioner of Oaths.
Kayanja challenged his rival’s victory alleging that there was falsification of results in 74 polling stations. He alleged that at Lunyo East polling station A to KAS, 20 votes were allegedly announced but the declaration of result form shows that the Returning Officer inflated the entry, declared and tallied 578 votes for Rulinda among many other polling stations.
Nyakecho through her lawyers of Okello Oryem and Company Advocates has now filed an appeal before the Court of Appeal in Kampala saying that the trial judge erred in law and fact when he allowed the Electoral Commission to introduce a new matter.
Justice Mugenyi thus ordered the Electoral Commission to conduct fresh elections before condemning them together with Attan to pay costs of the case filed by the former MP Herbert Edmund Ariko Okworo. Ariko sought to overturn Attan's victory on grounds that there was malpractice and disenfranchisation of voters.
The victory of Wakayima Musoke Hannington Nsereko is being challenged by his rival Hamis Musoke Walusimbi who accused him of lack of academic qualifications to be in Parliament due to discrepancies in his names.
Kidandala had also alleged that Ssegirinya’s nomination was not accompanied by the names and signatures of a minimum of ten persons who are registered voters in the Kawempe North constituency, as required by the law.
The former Kampala Deputy Lord Mayor ran to court seeking to overturn Ssegirinya’s victory in the January 2021 parliamentary elections on grounds that he lacks the minimum advanced level academic qualifications for election as members of Parliament.