Eight of the affidavits to support his petition were sworn by the Presiding Officers, Polling Assistants, biometric Voter Verification Officers and others in Acerer, Naregae, Arengkeju and Lopur Polling Stations among others.
According to Jameson Karemani, the Judiciary Public Relations officer the judicial offices like judges, Registrars, Chief Magistrates and lawyers both private and government are being taken through issues that arose in the previous election petitions and how they can overcome them.
Masaka High Court Registrar Baker Rwatooro says that five of the petitions are based on acts of voter bribery, intimidation and violence that marred the polls, while five others are questioning the validity of academic papers submitted by candidates prior to nomination.
Rukutana wants the Attorney General struck off the list of respondents with costs to compensate for the countless man-hours that the office has lost while its officers obediently listened to a shallow and unjustified petition that is challenging the outcome of the February 18 general election.
In a supporting affidavit to the petition, Otafiire contends that he will suffer irreparable damage in the event that the NRM party proceeds to front Kahonda as its flag bearer and is nominated in the face of the mentioned illegalities.
The college principal Wilson Kasolo was sued in September last year by Gorette Tugume, one of the Guild Presidential contenders. Tugume accuses the principal of failing to swear her in despite the fact that she had been declared winner of the elections.