In her application filed on Friday through her Lawyer, Mike Mugerwa, Nalubega says the elections were marred with gross irregularities. She says in Dwaniro, Kibanda sub-counties and Rakai town council, polling agents and voters were paid to participate in the election.
Prosecution led by Jacob Nahurira told High Court that Ssempijja grew up with his grandfather, Suli Ssaloingo who gave him 4 acres of land because of the love he had for him. However, instead of using the land, Ssempijja started selling it off, which didn’t go down well with his grandfather.
In her ruling, Justice Nakintu, concurred with Namujju’s defence team, saying the controversy on the names of Namujju's academci documents was determined in a case filed by Nkonge’s supporter, Paul Sserwanga before Masaka High Court in 2016 and later the Court of Appeal where it was dismissed.
In a letter addressed to the Directorate of Public Prosecution dated October 11th, Masaka High Court Judge, Justice Winfred Nabisinde said that that the hearing will start on Monday and end on October 25th October.
According to Byakutaga, church and village leaders had tried to mediate the conflict between the couple before Namwanje met her brutal death. Byakutaga also told court that Namwanje inherited the contested property from her mother.
Prosecution led by Amina Akasa told court that the duo after reaching Lukaya told Mukasa to stop at a nearby bush so that they can to ease themselves. She says that shortly after the car had stopped the duo strangled Mukasa to death.
The production warrant was issued by Masaka High Court Judge Lady Justice Winfred Nabisinde on Tuesday after Glaser who is facing 28 counts of defilement and child trafficking failed to appear in court on claims that he is seriously sick.
Prosecution led by Amina Akasa told the High in Masaka that Kityo and two others, still at large, beat two people, identified as John Sibo and Peter Masimu to death during a mob attack. Kityo pleaded guilty to the offence, but prosecution sought a maximum sentence for the suspect as a deterrent measure against people involved in mob justice.
The production warrant was issued by Masaka High Court Judge Lady Justice Winfred Nabisinde on Thursday, after the Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Rachael Bikhole told the court that Glaser could not appear in court because he had to undergo another medical examination.
Court heard that on July 13, 2016, Mwebaze and his colleagues, still at large, waylaid one Godfrey Kwizera and assaulted him. They reportedly stripped him naked and dumped him in a pool of water, where he was found the next day, struggling for his life. In the process, they also took from him a sum of 7,000 Shillings.
He was convicted and sentenced by Masaka Resident Judge, Winfred Nabisinde on Monday on his own plea of guilt for defiling his 9 and 14 year old daughters. Nyenje was arraigned in court on two counts of aggravated defilement and incest.
Masaka High Court Judge Winfred Nabisinde said that the court received overwhelming evidence indicating that the convict Godfrey Ssenyange strangled his father Joseph Mwai following a misunderstanding on land ownership.
Prosecution led by Masaka Resident State Attorney, Ivan Nkwasibwe told court that the convict stormed Apolot’s home in Kizungu zone in Katwe Butego division in Masaka district on August 1, 2018 and shot her dead. He reportedly decided to end Apolot’s life accusing her of infidelity.
However, in a ruling on Wednesday, Masaka High Court resident Judge, Winfred Nabisinde said that the medical forms submitted by the defense team are not sufficient enough to justify that the medical condition of the accused person can stop him from standing trial.
Justice Nabisinde said the session will focus on inmates who have been on remand since 2014. The suspects face crimes including murder, aggravated defilement, robbery and simple defilement among others. She said a few cases of 2018 and 2019 that don’t require long trial because of plea bargaining will also be considered in the session.