Byandalas plea bargain request was made through his lawyer Nsubuga Mubiru to court presided over by justice Lawrence Gidudu. The judge gave the IGG- the main prosecutor for the case and Byandalas legal team up to March 29 to discuss the possibility of embracing plea bargain.
Eutaw had also asked court to block UNRA and the Attorney General from further terminating the Mukono-Kyetume-Katosi road contract until in their main petition in which they raise several constitutional issues are addressed.
CICO had only sued the Attorney General and Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) leaving out the IGG that had barred it from participating in the second procurement process. But in his ruling today, Justice Masalu Musene held that it\'s against the rules of natural justice to condemn the IGG unheard since it\'s the Inspectorate that unveiled the rot relating to the award of this contract.
Through its business representative Apollo Senkeeto in his affidavit before court, Eutaw states that it\'s prudent that court grants them their prayers as they will suffer irreparable damage if the acts of UNRA and Attorney General are not restrained. He also states of how the cost of upgrading the Katosi road will increase once the Eutaw\'s contract is cancelled and a new contractor hired.