Applicant number one Ssewanyana was the first to sign on the three copies of the forms after being directed to read through the terms and conditions. He was then followed by Ssegirinya who seemed eagerly waiting to leave jail, as his co accused Ssewanyana told him to first read through before signing even though he had started signing without reading.
Nyakecho through her lawyers of Okello Oryem and Company Advocates has now filed an appeal before the Court of Appeal in Kampala saying that the trial judge erred in law and fact when he allowed the Electoral Commission to introduce a new matter.
Last week, Justice Margaret Apiny dismissed Nyanzi's petition. She ruled that Nyanzi had not personally served Nsereko and didn't exploit available options like asking the court to extend the time for service such that he could serve Nyanzi.
The President urged the judiciary to address the issue of ideological differences when passing judgement on criminal cases to render justice to the victims of these crimes and to avoid the breaking of the law with impunity.