On September 10 2021, the Uganda Law Society-ULS named Wameli as the criminal defense lawyer of the year. The ULS Annual General Meeting also voted Wameli and Company Advocates, which employs eight Advocates as the law firm of the year.
After entering Uganda, the deceased was reportedly received by Mahathi Infra Uganda Limited, a company that is being accused of subjecting him to all manner of violations including but not limited to confiscation of his passport, overstaying his visa, forced and illegal employment.
Tayebwa has appealed against the ruling raising 12 grounds. He contends that the learned trial Judge erred in law and fact when he struck out the visual audio evidence in support of the petition during the preliminary hearing.
The group which says that they filed the petition public interest, contends that Museveni's remarks are unconstitutional and contravenes several articles of the Constitution and International treaties to which Uganda is a signatory.
But to Police, the respective advisories were not discriminate in nature and requires specific details which were not availed. Enanga also added however that if they were to go by detail, Komamboga was not one of those that were even mentioned in the advisory.
However, the evidence before court shows that the 7.5 billion shillings’ fraud was discovered in 2019 following an internal audit for the period between 2016 and 2018 which confirmed that there was suspected fraud of fictious payments at four of their branches.
Early this month, a Nazigo Sub-County Councilor in Kayunga district Ritah Nabadda challenged the decision by Justice Kazaarwe to dismiss a petition in which she had also accused the Nantaba for lack of minimum academic qualifications to be a member of parliament.
According to Semugoma, the Judge further erred in law and fact when he misdirected himself on the law governing election petitions and went ahead to strike off his petition at a preliminary stage and condemning him to pay costs to Uhuru without hearing the merits of his case.
In attempts to substantiate this claims of suffering from grave effects of torture allegedly occasioned to him by security operatives, Ssewanyana raised his hand and asked that he be allowed to show the judge his swollen genitals which he says were squeezed by military operatives that chaotically rearrested him at the gates of Kigo prison on September 23rd.
Rachael Odoi, the Senior Technical Advisor on Governance and Security/Access to Justice Program Uganda (formerly Justice Law and Order Sector) saysthat most of the people affected in SGBV cases are children and they can't ably describe what happened, and that each home and tribe has a different name used to refer to sexual organs.
Mpamu had used social media to communicate with tourists. Police arrested him on October 10th and arraigned the suspect before the court on October 15th, 2021 on charges of obtaining money by false pretence.
Justice Paul Gadenya Wolimbwa dismissed the application on grounds that Nyanzi is facing a multiplicity of capital offences which attract a maximum sentence death penalty upon conviction and that if he was to give bail in such a matter, he would order for 150 million shillings, not cash.