Mbagaya reportedly sanctioned the removal of President Yoweri Museveni's campaign posters which were pinned at the civil aviation head offices at Entebbe Airport, in contravention of section 78 of the Presidential Elections Act.
Court heard that on May 14th, 2019 at Kitooro Taxi Park in Entebbe municipality in Wakiso district, Wanda caused the unlawful death of Mulindwa, a law enforcement officer attached to Entebbe Taxi Operators Association who was deployed at Kitooro Taxi Park.
The posters had been pinned on the gate, the walls and other environs around the building, raising complaints that CAA is a public office which should not be seen to be advancing interests of any presidential candidate.
According to prosecution, Kyeyune defiled the victim who was a pupil at a boarding primary school where Kyeyune was employed as a cook. Kyeyune defiled the girl on November 24, 2018, from the school kitchen.
Kaweesi was arrested after he was found in possession of a stolen car, a white Spacio number UAV 869M belonging to Madhusi Olubora at a garage in Ndeeba.
"Also, at 27 years of age, there is hope that the convict can reform," Justice Kwesiga added.
"Even though there is hope that Abeine can reform after serving this jail sentence, aggravated defilement is now rampant in Uganda, so I sentence him to 20 years because we must protect girls," Justice Kwesiga said.
The assessors who include Robert Budonga and Joan Asiimwe Ebong on Thursday advised Justice Wilson J Kwesiga to convict the accused person because the prosecution had proved its case against the accused person.
The state accuses Matsiko of unlawfully attempting to cause the death of Namutebi on 19th March 2019 after hitting her head with a hammer. The incident happened at their home in Kawuku, Kisubi Parish (Wakiso district).
According to Kibira, the incident happened four days after he met Nganzi, who was aged 22 at the time, in Najjanankumbi, a suburb of Kampala. A few days after exchanging contacts, Nganzi asked him for money and he sent her 50,000 Shillings thrice for upkeep and 20,000 shillings for Nganzi to refuel her vehicle on the night she would be meeting him.
Abodo, who before her appointment as DPP was a High Court Judge in the Criminal Division, says that the situation in some remand homes is tatamount “to child abuse.”
Since local governments and ministry of gender decry low funding for the remand homes, Abodo says that child offenders are better off being managed by Uganda Prisons Services.
In 2013, parliament passed the anti-homosexuality act that the president signed into law on February 24th, 2014. However, the Constitutional court annulled the act on August 1st 2014 on grounds that Parliament faulted procedures in enacting it.
A new report signed by the head of the Uganda Cancer Institute Jackson Orem has recommended that Glaser seeks urgent comprehensive management abroad. According to Dr Orem. There is evidence of progression of cancer, to a level that cannot be handled by the Uganda Cancer Institute.
Abodo asked members that fall under the Justice Law and Order Sector to cooperate with the Judiciary so as to effectively administer Justice to all people in the country. She also urged the local councils to resolve some of the cases to avoid case backlog in courts.
In May, police arrested six DP leaders including the Entebbe Deputy Mayor Richard Ssekyondo and the party publicity secretary in Entebbe Richard Maggwa for holding an illegal rally at Nakiwogo landing site in Entebbe municipality.