Represented by a team of State Attorneys led by Director for Civil Litigation Martin Mwambutsya, the Attorney General argues that these applications are driven by individuals with biased interests rather than neutrality and impartiality in seeking involvement in the case.
According to the petition, the Miraa Farmers are seeking a Hansard report of the third reading of the bill on August 22nd, 2023 on the first reading on May 23, 2023, and the second reading on August 15, 16, and 17 2023.
According to Attorney General Kiryowa Kiwanuka, the petitions are not only brought in bad faith but were filed with intentions to destroy and overthrow the Constitutional social order by seeking court orders for the protection of an unconstitutional and illegal act of homosexuality.
The petitioners include Foxi Odoi Oywelowo, the West Budama MP, his Kisoro municipality counterpart, Paul Bucyana Kwizera, Frank Mugisha, a human rights activist; Pepe Onziema, a self-described human rights activist who identifies as a transman; and Jackline Kemigisa, a writer, researcher, and communication specialist.
These senior commanders will serve as witnesses to defend the government in the cattle compensation case of Oluka and Others on May 25, 2023. The Teso War Debt Claimants had returned to court after the government launched a compensation program, arguing that the program did not adequately compensate them for their losses.
"The units available for accommodation is 17,472 of which 6,945 are permanent and 10, 527 are semi-permanent and the key challenge in meeting the Force's accommodation needs is annual capital development and maintenance budgets." - AIGP Richard Edyegu, Director of Logistics and Engineering in Uganda Police Force
According to Owiny-Dollo, he proposed Kisaakye’s ruling to be delivered on March 22nd or 23rd, 2021 and informed the Attorney General that they were to be informed of the day accordingly but she insisted, stormed out of the Supreme Court building and addressed a press conference that day and even a day after and because of this, he referred the matter to the JSC and the process is now at an advanced stage.
The Attorney General intends to rely on evidence contained in an affidavit by the Acting Director of Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development, Moses Kaggwa in his defense. In his affidavit, Kaggwa states that the agreement does not give Uganda Vinci Coffee company any authority to manage production, export, and set prices of coffee beans and its related products.
The Attorney General while relying on the affidavit of the Clerk to Parliament Adolf Mwesige wants Zaake’s case dismissed with costs on grounds that it doesn't raise any questions for Constitutional interpretation and that it’s misconceived and without any merit.
The seemingly puzzled Museveni tasked the Director of Public Prosecutions Jane Frances Abodo after trying to spot the Attorney General in vain to explain why the killers who are in a country he didn't mention have not been either brought to Uganda or Prosecuted from where they are.
Byansi notes that the coffee sector in the country has many stakeholders including farmers, exporters, associations, and unions such as Bugisu Cooperative Union and Ankole Coffee Produce Cooperative Union among others who were never consulted on the agreement in question.
The justices unanimously ruled that the nine people Paul Peter Etot, Deo Okekllo, Kiden Santa, John Paul Omara, Francis Chira, Isaac Otim, Steven Etot, Albert Elwa and Ruth Etot should instead be compensated with 203 .2 million shillings as general damages.
The petition by striking doctors and CEHURD has come at the time when Ministry of Health’s Permanent Secretary Dr Diana Atwine has written to all Hospital Medical Directors and Superintendents to furnish with her office the updated data base for Interns and Senior Health Officers by December 20th 2021.
The Attorney General, Kiryowa Kiwanuka explained that the Ministry of Justice is currently dealing with 92,652 people from northern Uganda who are verified and not in dispute. He revealed that of this 16,946 are from Acholi, 42,042 from the Lango sub-region and 33,664 from the Teso region.
Isabirye was interdicted for allegedly forging the signature of his supervisor Alex Omara Apitta the Commissioner for Physical Education and Sports and requisitioned for funds amounting to 20,728, 200 shillings.