Through his lawyer of Daniel Omara Atubo of Amara Atubo and Co. Advocates, Olum sued the administrators of the hospital and Dr. Patrick Buchan Ocen, the medical superintendent for general and special damages.
Last week, a panel of three Court of Appeal Judges overturned orders by High Court Judge Patricia Basaza that the Kabaka should provide Buganda Land Board bank statements from the year 1993, to facilitate the main case in which Mabirizi challenged the collection of land fees, known locally as busuulu.
Mabirizi laughed endlessly in court as Nkonge read the judgment. He told URN outside the court that he was amused because the Court of Appeal was making orders on issues that were never brought to it for determination.
Isiko had been granted a 2-year jail term for stalking Kabarole Woman MP Sylvia Rwabwogo, by continuously sending her text messages and calling her. But Isiko challenged the sentence by Buganda Road grade one Magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu and asked that he is released on bail, pending hearing of his appeal.
In his judgment, Justice Kakuru pointed out that out of a population of close to 40 million Ugandans, only 22 individuals, eight Government ministries, 15 commissions or agencies including the Rt. Hon Prime Minister in his official capacity, four political parties, the leader of the opposition Parliament and one District Local Government were able to give their views on the bill before the legal and parliamentary affairs committee of Parliament.
The sureties are Hussein Kyanjo former Mp of Makindye, Imam Kasozi Iban Kili a lecturer at Islamic University in Uganda, Dauda Sheikh Suleiman Kaketto a muslim scholar, Sheikh Nyende Ayub the Secretary General of the Tabliq Sect and Kalyango Siraje 46, a business man and a resident of Namungona a Kampala suburb.
Kawooya was convicted by a panel of three judges; Ezekiel Muhanguzi, Jane Kiggundu and Percy Tuhaise and sentenced alongside Sheikh Murta Mudde Bukenya, Sheikh Fahad Kalungi, and Sheik Yunus Kamoga for abetting terrorism in a trial that ended in August 2017.
Three justices led by former deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma ruled that Peter Mugema alias Panadol is the rightfully elected MP for Iganga Municipality, rescinding the Jinja High Court decision that had nullified his February 2016 election victory. It was a different story for Winnie Komuhangi Matsiko, the Rukungiri Woman MP whose election victory court has nullified. Justices including Deputy Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny- Dolo and Paul Mugamba ruled in favour of Matsikos political rival, FDCs Betty Bamukwasa Muzanira.
The 63 cases under consideration in Gulu emanated from High Court sittings in Acholi and Lango sub regions. They include 33 murder appeal cases, five rape cases, 19 defilement cases, four aggravated robbery cases and one case of criminal trespass and manslaughter respectively.
The session due to hear 63 cases will commence on September 11th and end on October 6th at the Northern Uganda Court Circuit premises in Gulu Town. Some of the cases have been pending since 2004. Didas Muhumuza, the Assistant Registrar of the Court of Appeal, says a panel of three Judges will preside over the session. They are Justices Kenneth Kakuru, Fredrick Martin Stephen Egonda Ntende and Lady Justice Hellen A. Obura.
They were picked up on Sunday and detained at Soroti Central Police Station.
Soroti high court sitting on May 20th,2013 ruled in favour of Teso war victims claimants and ordered government to compensate the people who lost lives and property during the insurgency.