In 2018, Aboneka petitioned the Constitutional Court, saying that he had expressed interest to get married at Watoto Church and made initial bookings with them. He, however, said that he was thrown into a dilemma, which affected his constitutional will because of the stringent mandatory requirements set by the church to wed him.
Byansi notes that the coffee sector in the country has many stakeholders including farmers, exporters, associations, and unions such as Bugisu Cooperative Union and Ankole Coffee Produce Cooperative Union among others who were never consulted on the agreement in question.
ISER together with lawyers Michael Aboneka and Andrew Karamagi sued the Attorney General seeking to compel the Minister of Education and Sports to immediately exercise her mandate to draft a policy that will regulate school fees, charges and all dues payable at any school and tertiary institution in the country.
According to Aboneka, due to the lack of a legal framework to regulate fees and an acceptable range of school requirements, education centers are exploiting this inadequacy with each charging different and exorbitant fees and asking for unnecessary requirements under the watch of the Government.
In 2019, Aboneka and Kirya dragged the Attorney General before the High Court for alleged failure to translate the 1995 constitution into the 56 indigenous languages, promote awareness and ensure that all training and military institutions review their curriculums to incorporate and teach the constitution as required.
The Centre for Constitutional Governance led by its Executive Director, Sarah Bireete ran to court in October 2020 after Stephen Okello, the Executive Director of the NGO Bureau decided to suspend the operations NEW- U on grounds that it was operating illegally since it isn’t registered.
According to an affidavit by the Center for Constitutional Governance Executive Director Sarah Bireete, the NGO Bureau's decision was illegal since it was not based on its mandate under the NGO ACT of 2016, or any other law.