Parliament told the court that the judgment has effects on the normal operations of Parliament given the declarations that were made therein and that if the Registrar had jurisdiction, they would have asked for an interim order to stop Zaake from returning to his job.
Lady Justice Eva Luswata and Oscar Kihiika have since replaced Justices Musota and Madrama on the panel. Justice Bamugemereire, the head of the panel apologized to the parties for the delay, saying that it was beyond their control.
Besigye and Mukaku's bail have been rejected by Grade One Magistrate Asuman Muhumuza on grounds that he has no guarantee that they will not commit the same offences once released on bail since they had just been bailed by the same Court less than two weeks ago.
Court presided over by Grade One Magistrate Sanula Nambozo granted the Councilors a cash bail of 500,000 shillings and their sureties bonded at two million shillings not cash just like their co accused who were released last week.
Similarly, NUPs Nabillah Nagggayi Ssempala and Independent candidate Joseph Mayanja alias Jose Chameleon had mobilized their supporters to accompany them for the event attracting police action in and outside the normination centre.
Lukwago arrived at at the nomination centre at 1 p.m, amidst tight security. But the situation turned rowdy after police blocked the road with metallic barricades to stop the huge numbers of people he had come with. Many had been at the nomination centre earlier, to wait for his arrival.
Lukwago, Henry Ssempijja, Philemon Mushabe and Benon Mugerwa stood surety for former mayoral candidate Sandra Katebarirwe Ngabo, who was charged with obtaining money by false pretence, forgery and uttering a false document in 2016.
Civil Division of the High Court Presided Over by Justice Lydia Mugambe on Thursday directed that the applicants write their submissions by November, 11th and then the Attorney General responds by November 18th.
In her suit, Nambooze contends that on September, 27th, 2017, UPDF and police officers besieged parliament and ordered all MPs to park at the National Theatre. She explains that this restricted access to parliament.
Justice Bashaija directed Lukwago to pay 47 million shillings to Musisi arising from the bill of costs filed by Musisi’s lawyers after winning the case in which Lukwago accused Musisi for usurping his powers in 2012.
On Wednesday, a team of lawyers led by Erias Lukwago and Abdallah Kiwanuka deployed a team of Surveyors to ascertain the boundary of the disputed land. They were joined by a team of surveyors from Kampala Capital City Authority.