Musumba had filed the petition before the High Court in Jinja faulting both Kadaga and Electoral Commission for allegedly orchestrating irregularities, which affected the outcome of the January 2021 general election.
Musumba applied for substituted service on claims that Kadaga or her agents had declined to receive the petition in which she is accused of involvement in vote-rigging and voter bribery during the recently concluded parliamentary elections.
Kanusu’s lawyer, Martin Asingwire argued that there were discrepancies in the declaration of results forms in 22 polling stations, which robbed Kanusu victory. However the Jinja Chief Magistrate Catherine Agwero stated that Kanusu lacked specific figures of the ballot papers which he wanted EC to recount and that he had not indicated in his application what exactly the court should address.
On Friday, Florence Asio, the Jinja LCV Vice-Chairperson read out names of two names, Daudi Musenze and Ismael Kisambira. However, a section of councillors booed her before she could finish reading out credentials of the said candidates.
They argue that that the affirmative action policy which awarded 1.5 bonus points to girls qualifying to enter public universities, remains insufficient to address equity issues, especially in science-related courses. As a result, they say, the current government merit scholarship for students in higher education is heavily bent in favour of male students.
The Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control rolled out the new International East African passports last month as an initiative of the EAC Heads of State to synchronize passports across the region and ease clearance at entry and exit points around the world.
In her ruling issued and signed in the presence of State Prosecutor Jeffery Atwine, Justice Mugambe, says the arrest would pre-empt the application filed by Wanyoto seeking to block his trial before the Anti- Corruption Court.
n his application filed on Monday, Iduli contends that Justice Oguli erred in law when she failed to consider his claim for percentage increase on lost income to cater for lost promotions and inflation.
According to the statement, Smith and Musema expressed their intentions to use football to create a positive impact on their communities such as generating exposure for the teams in their villages and raising the standard of coaching for children with disabilities.
In their application through their lawyers of Kesiime and Co advocates, the applicants demanded for an explanation from the university why the M6 scale salary scale was split to create M6.1 and M6.2 salary scales.
Through his lawyers, Jimmy Mayanja, Kitatta sued the Attorney General, Col. Gideon Katinda, Maj. John Bizimana, Maj. Raphael Mugisha, Capt. Samuel Masereje and Lt. Ambrose Baguma, all officers of the military court.