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Buwekula South NRM Primary Election Loser Appears in Court

Ndooli, who lost the primary election to Fred Tumwesigye blames his woes on his rivals, saying it is intended to divert him from pursuing his petition challenged the results.

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William Museveni Ndooli, the loser of the Buwekula South National Resistance Movement-NRM party parliamentary primary elections has appeared before Mubende Grade One Magistrate’s court for staging an illegal assembly contrary to the Covid19 preventive guidelines.

 

He was charged together with 23 supporters before the Mubende Grade I magistrate, Adam Byarugaba. He pleaded not guilty to the charges and applied for bail through his lawyer, Andrew Manzi.

He was granted none cash bond of Shillings 10 million and asked to report to the court on October 7th.  Ndooli’s co- accused pleaded guilty to the charges and were cautioned by the magistrate as explained by the defence lawyer.

//“Cue in: "Abawawaabirwa babadde ..

 

Cue out: .. musanvu ogwekkumi,” //

Ndooli, who lost the primary election to Fred Tumwesigye blames his woes on his rivals, saying it is intended to divert him from pursuing his petition challenged the results. 

It is alleged that Ndooli staged an illegal assembly at Kyenda in Mubende municipality on September 10th, 2020 to protest the outcomes of the primaries. 

He, however, says the arrest is meant to divert his attention from the petition, saying he has strong evidence that he won the primary elections.  

// “Cue in: era kyentegedde waliyo..  

Cue out: .. etuuke nga siriiwo,” //

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