Omar filed a suit against the Electoral Commission, Attorney General and former Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA, Minister, Beti Olive Kamya in 2019 demanding that court compels them to split Bukasa ward into three administrative units with an equal number of eligible voters and services for the benefit of the residents.
The Registrar for the High Court Execution Division, Isah Serunkuma issued the first garnishee orders on November 20, 2019. The order stemmed from a miscellaneous application filed by 13 Mulago Paramedical students who in 2011 sued Government over the delayed award of their diplomas and certificates.
In her application filed through her lawyers Isaac Kugonza and Smith Kayanja, Mbabazi contends that she joined REA as an Assistant Procurement Officer in 2009 and in 2010 rose to the position of Procurement Officer. She explained that after successful interviews in 2013, she was appointed to the position of Head, Procurement and Disposal Unit.