sickness http://daisho.ca/wp-content/plugins/podpress/getid3/module.audio.avr.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>In a letter dated March 11, approved Sematimba through the management of Muyenga Resort Hotel criticised the registrar of Family Division of the High Court, Ms Lillian Mwandha, for granting orders to evict him without a hearing.
“…the granting of an interim order is meant to help the parties to preserve the status quo and then have the main issues between them determined by court, in the instant case, in enforcing the aforesaid interim order and to our dismay, the opposite was illegally done by the bailiff purportedly under a court order to evict Muyenga Resort, which was done in an uncouth manner whereby property was vandalised, guests and employees manhandled and eventually evicted,” partly reads the letter copied to the Deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma.
Sematimba’s lawyers have termed the eviction as a scapegoat in a move to dispose off the main case and any other proceedings in relation to the case hence denying Muyenga Resort Hotel a chance to be heard.
This follows the recent court order that ordered Sematimba to vacate the premises and avail all accounts, assets and liabilities to Themi.
On the same note, court appointed retired deputy Chief Justice Alice Mpagi Bahigeine, businessman Gordon Wavamuno, Dr Stephen Kijjambu, Samuel Njuki and the deceased’s daughter Themi Nakibuuka as the managers of the estate.
Sematimba was dragged to court by Ssebalu’s daughter, Themi Ssebalu, challenging the former’s decision to hijack the hotel’s management.
The deceased was Ssematimba’s cousin, according to court records.