Evidence submitted by the Kenyan Government shows that Uganda was charging Kenya poultry meat Value Added Tax of 18 percent and withholding tax of six percent which is not applied to locally produced like foods, one percent of infrastructure levy, six percent of withholding tax on processed chicken meat and six percent tax for broilers and layer day old-chicks
Kiggundu's lawyers led by Fred Muwema told journalists shortly after the court ruling that they will proceed to the Supreme Court, East African Court of Justice and Kenyan Courts to challenge the issues arising from their case.
On Tuesday, while appearing before the Deputy head of Civil Division of High Court Justice Emmanuel Baguma, the University through its lawyers led by Esther Kabinga asked for more time arguing that they were busy handling the application that sought for an interim injunction and didn't get enough time to respond to the main case.
Though Uganda had objected to release of reports at the start of oral proceedings, Attorney General William Byaruhanga withdrew the objection on Wednesday last week. The court held two weeks of oral proceedings that ended on Friday.
Before taking leave of the case, Kamasanyu said she was disappointed by both parties involved in prosecuting and charging the accused considering the kind of evidence that was brought since the investigating officer failed to carry out investigations which was a total abuse of court in her view.
However, Justice Baguma has restrained Makerere University and Kabumbuli from cancelling the nomination certificate of Nalukwago that was already issued by the Guild Electoral Commission until the determination of the main case.
Nalukwago through her lawyers of Centre for Legal Aid has filed her application at the Civil Division of High Court challenging the contents in a letter issued by the Acting Dean of Students Winifred Kabumbuli on Tuesday, April 27th 2021.
In the petition filed on Tuesday, Peter Eceru, a lawyer and Programmes Specialist at CEHURD which is suing the government for contempt of court said he had perused through the budget framework papers for the FY 2021/22 and found no sufficient funds for the health sector in general and maternal health in particular.
In their application, the applicants demanded that the government produces their client in court dead or alive and show cause why they have violated his right to liberty. Tusiime argued that security personnel invaded their home in Fort Portal City at around 2:00 am on March 21, 2021, and forcefully whisked her husband to Kampala.
Rhino Fund Uganda, which has been managing sanctuary, petitioned the High Court last week challenging the decision by Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch Limited and Captain Joseph Charles Roy to evict them from the 62 Square kilometer acres of land where it was managing 33 white rhinos.
Minister Matia Kasaija on Monday appeared before the Committee to present the 3.48 trillion additional budget that has caused an increase of the proposed National Budget for the coming financial year 2021/2022 from 41.29 trillion initially presented by the Minister last week to 44.77 trillion.
On his part, the Chairperson of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee Jacob Oboth-Oboth noted that there is need to appreciate that Judiciary is not a department or agency but instead another arm of government that should be felt by all Ugandans and their budget should be supported by Parliament.
Through his lawyers led by Medard Lubega Sseggona, Ssegirinya asked court presided over by Buganda Road Grade One Magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu to be released on bail on grounds that the charge against him is bailable and that he ready to report to the court when needed.
Namara explains that a week after she returned to the hospital for review doctors found fluid in her tummy but didn’t provide her any explanation on the cause of the abscess. Documents before court indicate that doctors recommended that Namara undergoes another urgent operation but no one attended to her since the doctor was not on the night shift despite the pain she was going through.