Last week, Kania asked Court to dismiss the petition on grounds that it lacked credibility because the petitioner’s lawyer did not renew his practising certificate at the time of commissioning the affidavits.
The former Kampala Deputy Lord Mayor ran to court seeking to overturn Ssegirinya’s victory in the January 2021 parliamentary elections on grounds that he lacks the minimum advanced level academic qualifications for election as members of Parliament.
In his defense, Nsubuga indeed confirmed to the court that he first sat PLE under the name of Peter Mukalazi at St. Charles Lwanga Primary School Bukerere. He, however, says that he was forced to drop the name when his mother, Agnes Nabawanuka revealed to him that Charles Mbabaali was his biological father and not Mathias Kibuuka as was earlier believed.
Some of the lawsuits against the city include Plinth Technical Works which accused the municipality of illegal termination of the Nyakaana road contract. The municipality was also dragged to court by former division and municipal councillors over breach of contract.