According to the Justices, there is no evidence that Katuntu donated tents to the voters to induce them to vote for him, committed acts of violence, intimidation and defacement of Galisonga's campaigning posters as the appeal had stated.
The sureties include Lawyer Julius Galisonga, The Secretary-General of the National Unity Platform Party David Lewis Rubongoya, Annah Ashaba, a teacher at Kololo Secondary School and an Activist Job Kiija. The warrant against the four was issued after Kakwenza’s failure to appear before the court for the second time in a row.
In his appeal, Galisonga contends that the learned trial Judge erred in law and fact when she found that there were illegal acts of violence and interference with his electioneering activities but that the offences did not affect the results of the election in a substantial manner.
The three member panel of Court of Appeal justices issued the orders after lawyers representing the, Peter Walubiri UPC led faction led by Julius Galisonga told court that failure to halt the conference would cause them irreparable damage.