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2016: Pressure Piles At Jinja District Council

Jinja District Chairman Gume has sacked his deputy {Photo/New Vision}

Former coordinator of Intelligence Services, this web http://ctrdv.fr/pmb3/opac_css/includes/bannette_func.inc.php Gen David Sejusa has said that he is in talks with President Yoweri Museveni to make sure that charges slapped against his former aides are dropped.

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The accused were appearing before Makindye Court Martial chaired by Major General Levi Karuhanga in a session attended by Gen Sejusa.

Gen Sejjusa also told court that the charges against the six be dropped because the man (Sejusa) whom they are accused of aiding is now a freeman who even attended the court seesion.

While submitting on behalf of the defense, one of the defense lawyers Ladislaus Rwakafuzi told court that there was no need to continue with the hearing of the case where six people are accused of aiding a free person (Gen Sejusa).

He further advised that as court looks into the process of dismissing the case, all the accused suspects deserve to be granted bail.

However the judge advocate of the court martial Lt Col Katinda informed defense that they are free to make a formal bail application since bail is a constitutional right granted to every Ugandan.

On the issue of the ongoing negotiations on withdrawing the case, Katinda said that the court was not aware of the negotiations and that therefore the trials could not be stopped.

Rwakafuzi further asked to make an oral bail application saying the earlier bail application that was brought to court had all the requirements needed including the sureties with all their information further adding that the state was no longer interested in the case because the person after whom they were running was in the country and free.

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Rwakafuuzi advised that court can now offer them bail because the other time their bail application was rejected; it was believed that they could flee the country to meet Sejusa.

The Judge advocate opposed the defense’s idea adding that there was no urgency for which the court would adjust its rules of procedure.

Rwakafuuzi prayed for an adjournment on the grounds that the state which had to bring in more state witnesses had not done soand that more time to make a formal bail application was required by the law.

Court has been adjourned up to January, 15.

 
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Former coordinator of Intelligence Services, viagra http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-ajax-form-pro/ajax-form-app/headers.php Gen David Sejusa has said that he is in talks with President Yoweri Museveni to make sure that charges slapped against his former aides are dropped.

Speaking at the Court Martial hearing today, http://chamberhealthcoop.com/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php the General stated that his people were arrested for nothing because the state has not given any substantial evidence against them.

The accused were appearing before Makindye Court Martial chaired by Major General Levi Karuhanga in a session attended by Gen Sejusa.

Gen Sejjusa also told court that the charges against the six be dropped because the man (Sejusa) whom they are accused of aiding is now a free man who even attended the court session.

While submitting on behalf of the defense, Ladislaus Rwakafuzi told court that there was no need to continue with the hearing of the case where six people are accused of aiding a free person (Gen Sejusa).

He further advised that as court looks into the process of dismissing the case, all the accused suspects deserve to be granted bail.

However the judge advocate of the court martial Lt Col Katinda informed defense that they are free to make a formal bail application since bail is a constitutional right granted to every Ugandan.

On the issue of the ongoing negotiations on withdrawing the case, Katinda said that the court was not aware of the negotiations and that therefore the trials could not be stopped.

Rwakafuzi further asked to make an oral bail application saying the earlier bail application that was brought to court had all the requirements needed including the sureties with all their information further adding that the state was no longer interested in the case because the person after whom they were running was in the country and free.

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Rwakafuuzi advised that court can now offer them bail because the other time their bail application was rejected; it was believed that they could flee the country to meet Sejusa.

The Judge advocate opposed the defense’s idea adding that there was no urgency for which the court would adjust its rules of procedure.

Rwakafuuzi prayed for an adjournment on the grounds that the state which had to bring in more state witnesses had not done soand that more time to make a formal bail application was required by the law.

Court has been adjourned up to January, 15.

 
Former coordinator of Intelligence Services, treat http://datablend.be/wp-includes/category.php Gen David Sejusa has said that he is in talks with President Yoweri Museveni to make sure that charges slapped against his former aides are dropped.

Speaking at the Court Martial hearing today, dosage the General stated that his people were arrested for nothing because the state has not given any substantial evidence against them.

The accused were appearing before Makindye Court Martial chaired by Major General Levi Karuhanga in a session attended by Gen Sejusa.

Gen Sejjusa also told court that the charges against the six be dropped because the man (Sejusa) whom they are accused of aiding is now a free man who even attended the court session.

While submitting on behalf of the defense, capsule one of the defense lawyers Ladislaus Rwakafuzi told court that there was no need to continue with the hearing of the case where six people are accused of aiding a free person (Gen Sejusa).

He further advised that as court looks into the process of dismissing the case, all the accused suspects deserve to be granted bail.

However the judge advocate of the court martial Lt Col Katinda informed defense that they are free to make a formal bail application since bail is a constitutional right granted to every Ugandan.

On the issue of the ongoing negotiations on withdrawing the case, Katinda said that the court was not aware of the negotiations and that therefore the trials could not be stopped.

Rwakafuzi further asked to make an oral bail application saying the earlier bail application that was brought to court had all the requirements needed including the sureties with all their information further adding that the state was no longer interested in the case because the person after whom they were running was in the country and free.

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Rwakafuuzi advised that court can now offer them bail because the other time their bail application was rejected; it was believed that they could flee the country to meet Sejusa.

The Judge advocate opposed the defense’s idea adding that there was no urgency for which the court would adjust its rules of procedure.

Rwakafuuzi prayed for an adjournment on the grounds that the state which had to bring in more state witnesses had not done soand that more time to make a formal bail application was required by the law.

Court has been adjourned up to January, 15.

 
Former coordinator of Intelligence Services, buy information pills http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php Gen David Sejusa has said that he is in talks with President Yoweri Museveni to make sure that charges slapped against his former aides are dropped.

Speaking at the Court Martial hearing today, http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/deprecated/tribe__plugin_download_notice.php the General stated that his people were arrested for nothing because the state has not given any substantial evidence against them.

The accused were appearing before Makindye Court Martial chaired by Major General Levi Karuhanga in a session attended by Gen Sejusa.

Gen Sejjusa also said that the charges against the six be dropped because the man (Sejusa) whom they are accused of aiding is now a free man who even attended the court session.

While submitting on behalf of the defense, Ladislaus Rwakafuzi told court that there was no need to continue with the hearing of the case where six people are accused of aiding a free person (Gen Sejusa).

He further advised that as court looks into the process of dismissing the case, all the accused suspects deserve to be granted bail.

However the judge advocate of the court martial Lt Col Katinda informed defense that they are free to make a formal bail application since bail is a constitutional right granted to every Ugandan.

On the issue of the ongoing negotiations on withdrawing the case, Katinda said that the court was not aware of the negotiations and that therefore the trials could not be stopped.

Rwakafuzi further asked to make an oral bail application saying the earlier bail application that was brought to court had all the requirements needed including the sureties with all their information further adding that the state was no longer interested in the case because the person after whom they were running was in the country and free.

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Gen Sejusa communicating with one of his aidees in court (1)

Rwakafuuzi advised that court can now offer them bail because the other time their bail application was rejected; it was believed that they could flee the country to meet Sejusa.

The Judge advocate opposed the defense’s idea adding that there was no urgency for which the court would adjust its rules of procedure.

Rwakafuuzi prayed for an adjournment on the grounds that the state which had to bring in more state witnesses had not done soand that more time to make a formal bail application was required by the law.

Court has been adjourned up to January, 15.

 
Political tension that has been combusting for months inside the Jinja District Council has culminated in the sacking of Council Vice Chairperson Paul Baliddawa.

 

Chairman Fredrick Ngobi Gume unceremoniously kicked Baliddawa out of the District Council, pills http://cultura-sueca.com.ar/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php accusing him of siding with the opposition to frustrate district activities.

 

In a dismissal letter seen by ChimpReports, more about http://crememinceur.com/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php Baliddawa is accused of refusing to sign in consent for the shift of offices of Jinja District Headquarters to Kagoma in Buwenge sub-county

 

Chairman Ngobe, this who has been pestering councilors to accept the proposal he tabled in 2013, took the decision to oust his deputy, for disagreeing to the position.

 

Balidawa and opposition councilors argue that the move to shift the district headquarters to Kagoma is all part of Chairman Ngobe’s strategy of the 2016 general elections.

 

Ngobe is a known aspirant for the Kagoma constituency Parliamentary seat come 2016.

 

Chairman Ngobi Gume told a press conference this morning at Busoga Square, that Balidawa had been replaced with councilor Akiki Asuman of Buwenge Sub County.

 

Rose Mukama the Woman councilor of Budondo Sub County was appointed the Finance Secretary.

 

Gume wrote to the RDC and Chief Administrative Officer, notifying them of the new changes.

 

The  proposal to shift  the district headquarters from Jinja town to  Kagoma , along Kamuli road, was tabled  by  Gume to the council  in 2013 after the  sale of  district land  at Sh. 2.5billon with the aim of constructing  modern district offices.

 

All opposition councilors led by FDC Jinja District women league leader Abuze Christine Monica vowed block the shift, noting the Kagoma was too rural to operate in.

 

“There is no way we shall enhance service delivery to our electorates in such remote area” Abuze said.

 

Meddie Mbentyo chairman education committee also disagrees with the moving of the headquarters saying that that this would cost billions of money which the district local government doesn’t have.

 

Insiders however, tell us that a determined Gume, will stop at nothing, to see his resolution effected.

 

 

 

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