The judges note that since Besigye argues that there is no validly elected government, it implies that there are no legally constituted courts of law and therefore they can’t grant him the remedies he is seeking.
Namulindwa says that since police hasn’t opened a case of possessing drugs against the suspects, the marijuana should be burnt to prevent it from falling into wrong hands. She has since directed the Luweero District Police Commander, Ahmed Musakana and the Savannah Regional Police Commander, Caroline Akoth to publically destroy the marijuana.
Government has asked the Law Development Centre (FDC) Court to allow it amend the charge sheet to institute new charges of unlawful assembly against 18 Makerere University students. The revelation was made this morning by state attorney, Betty Agola before court presided over by Grade One Magistrate Esther Nasambu.
Three members of the Teso Opposition Forum were on Monday charged with managing an unlawful assembly at Gweri Road in Soroti Municipality. Julius Ocen, Jonathan Ebwalu and Robert Okitoi Erisat appeared before Soroti Grade One Magistrate Sarah Namusobya, who granted them bail.
Prosecution told court that on 17th October 2012 while in Migyera town council, the suspects convened an unlawful assembly in Lule Video hall with intentions to riot in breach of section of Section 58(A) of penal code act.