However, appearing before Justice Lydia Mugambe of High Court Civil Division, Nyanzi through her lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde told court to reject the affidavit of Abunyang which the University is using to challenge its failure to pay Nyanzi all her emoluments arising from the illegal suspension.
On July 21st 2018, Venansio Byamukama, the former Nyakahita village Council chairperson in Buhara Sub County, Kabale district was shot by Kanyankole while at a campaign rally at Kafunjo Health Centre II.
On Friday, the Kabale High Court Judge, Justice Kawumi Kazibwe dismissed the petition saying that all the accusations and affidavits lacked merit. Justice Kazibwe also ordered Matsiko to pay Muzanira all the costs.
The traders accused the authorities for carrying out the registration exercise without involving the leadership of the market and failing to share with them the Memorandum of Understanding and market designs for scrutiny.
Last month Nyanzi sued Makerere University for failing to abide by the orders of the Staff Appeals Tribunal which declared that her suspension was illegal since it contravened with rules in the employment Act, 2006.
Through his lawyer Pace Advocates, Migadde says that he had gone to fuel his motorbike at a Pump Station when he was picked up by soldiers for allegedly wearing a red t-shirt resembling those used by People Power activists led Bobi Wine and handed over to the errant officers.
The children; Edmond Tumushabe, Mercy Tayebwa and Eseza Musekura filed an application before High Court on December 16 2013, seeking a permanent injunction against Fortunate Kyampa, Marion Tumuhimbise and Jacob Akampurira, from claiming interest in the estates of the late Museruka until DNA tests are conducted to confirm whether the deceased was their biological father.
Prosecution led by the Rukungiri District Resident State Attorney, Richard Muhereza told court that Twebaze defiled his victim a senior one student of Grace High School Kisiizi in Kisiizi Upper trading Center in Nyarushanje Sub County on December 17th 2016.
Fred Byaruhanga, who claimed to be a lawyer from Ngaruye Ruhindi and Company Advocates, had appeared before Justice Moses Kawumi Kazibwe to present a withdraw letter of a case in which Leading Distillers Uganda Limited had sued the then Kabale Resident District Commissioner, Cox Nyakairu and Kabale District local Government. His luck ran out when he failed to defend his withdraw letter which led the presiding judge, Moses Kazibwe, to ask him to present his credentials.
On February 12, 2018, Bernard Kasangaki and Richard Mugayehwenki dragged the district to court seeking an order to stop the advertisement and appointment of new public servants to the positions they have been holding.
Norman Tumuhimbise, the National coordinator of The Alternative, which evolved from Jobless Brotherhood, says the decision to conduct polls by lining up behind candidates, compromises voter privacy and integrity of the polls.
Controversy over the ownership of the land stems from a donation of more than 460 acres of land to Soroti University by Teso College Aloet. But residents in the adjacent village accused the University of annexing an additional 110 acres to the chunk that was originally donated.
Kabaziguruka was speaking to journalists at parliament after the Makindye-based military Court issued criminal summons for the legislator for missing court proceedings. The MP is said to have missed court twice for mention of the case where he is accused of treason alongside 26 others including Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF soldiers.