In a petition signed by Legal Brains Trust Chief Executive Officer Isaac Ssemakadde , he contends that the trial of Basajjabalaba and his brother Muzamiru Basajjabalaba had stalled in the Anti-Corruption Court for six years as the duo opted to challenge the legality of their trial in superior courts.
After entering Uganda, the deceased was reportedly received by Mahathi Infra Uganda Limited, a company that is being accused of subjecting him to all manner of violations including but not limited to confiscation of his passport, overstaying his visa, forced and illegal employment.
The Attorney General argues that “the implementation of Intelligent Transport Monitoring System –ITMS system in Uganda is not a breach of the right to privacy because the system will not be used to trail ordinary law-abiding citizens, but will only serve as a backup to trace vehicles and motorcycles used in the commission of criminal offences.
Jane Francis Abodo was appointed DPP by President Yoweri Museveni in March this year. She was then vetted and approved by the appointments committee of Parliament on April 6. But, Ivan Sengendo, one of the directors of Legal Brains Trust says that the process leading to Abodo’s appointment was marred with improprieties.
Kakuru told the court that it was unfortunate that they had failed to deliver judgment for the third time, saying he feels frustrated with the delay. He explained that they had failed to deliver judgment this time round because of the one of the judge has been sick for almost a week.
Justice Cheborion Barishaki asked the parties to return to allow court two after two weeks, saying his colleagues Justice Obura and the Deputy Chief Justice, Alphonse Owiny Dollo are out of the country.