Meanwhile the Law Society President Pheonah Wall Nabaasa has appealed to the president to appoint the head of Uganda Human Rights Commission. She argued that at the moment there are several human rights violation cases pending before the Commission but they cannot be resolved due to lack of Quorum.
“He gave instructions to loot food, abduct people, burn down the camp and the barracks,” the Presiding Judge Schmitt said. “An old woman who could not carry her load was strangled and had her throat cut,” he added. “His men shot, beat and abducted civilians in the head and the face to make sure they were dead.”
The employees accuse Anthony Chege, the Country Manager of the Hotel and other management officials for subjecting them to poor, unfair, discriminatory and inhumane working conditions during the time of their employment, between 2006 and February 2020, when they were terminated.
On December 30, last year, the entire campaign team of Kyagulanyi was arrested at Kalangala where he had gone to campaign. About 50 of those arrested were later released on bail by the Masaka Chief Magistrate's Court but another 49, some of whom had also been granted bail by the court were re-arrested and brought to Kampala where they were charged afresh in the General Court Martial for allegedly being found in possession of 4 bullets.