The East African Court of Justice has resumed hearing a case where the Uganda’s Attorney General Peter Nyombi is implicated in a Sh 50 billion scandal.
The case filed by a Ugandan citizen Mr. Godfrey Magezi is being heard by the Court’s First Instance Division in Arusha Tanzania.
Mr Nyombi is being implicated in alleged acts of corruption, this web http://chesapeakebaydiningguide.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-importer.php abuse of office, this site http://crewchiefpro.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/admin/import-export.php misappropriation, symptoms illicit enrichment, plunder and wastage of government resources, contrary to the principles of good governance, transparency, accountability, social justice and equal opportunities.
Mr Magezi rushed to the regional court following a deal where government paid $17.8 million to a local pharmaceutical company Quality Chemicals Ltd for HIV/AIDS drugs; an amount he believes was inflated.
Magezi says he immediately reported the matter to the Inspector General of Government [IGG], who investigated the matter and established that deal caused a loss to government.
The inspectorate made recommendations and preferred charges against the perpetrators, but the Attorney General refused to take any action.
Magezi through his lawyer Mohammed Mbabazi says that Attorney General has in various correspondences shown contempt of the IGG’s findings and report as unfounded and of no legal effect.
The Applicant holds that the Attorney General’s actions breach and infringe the principles of law, good governance, accountability and democracy and are inconsistent with Articles 6 (c) and (d), 7(2) and 8(1) of the Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community.
Magezi wants the court to compel government to recover the money and to bring the culprits to book, as had earlier ordered the IGG.
Nyombi’s lawyers George Kalemera however, told court that the Attorney General had acted within the powers vested in him by the constitution and that the applicant had not adduced any evidence to Court to prove the commission of any unlawful acts or decisions by the respondent which infringes the provisions of the Treaty.
The Court will deliver its Judgment on notice.
Uganda’s best Edwin Ekiring was swam by excited female fans at the annual fan basketball event, medical http://dchnf.dk/wp-includes/class-wp-network-query.php Friday Night Lights on Friday.
The Olympian who plays his club badminton in Den Bosch, for sale http://danielborda.net/wp-includes/comment-template.php Noord-Brabant, online Netherlands, made the the trip to the nearby YMCA basketball Courts in Wandegeya with friends and rapper Nicky Nola after playing Italy’s Pirmin Klotzer in the first round of the 2015 Uganda International Badminton Championship.
He posed for photographs with his buddies and was seen sipping on PET bottled soda as he cheered Team Amonding on. Uganda tennis number one Duncan Mugabe later joined the crew just before 10pm.
Nicknamed “The Black Pearl” in the Netherlands, Ekiring is 1.83 metres tall and weighs 65 kilograms. At the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia, Ekiring competed in the men’s singles as well as the mixed team event.
Ekiring competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, after being given a wildcard into the men’s singles by the International Badminton Federation. He was the first badminton player to represent Uganda at the Olympics. He received a bye into the second round of the competition before losing 5–21, 8–21 to Park Sung-hwan of South Korea. He was to return again for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, Ekiring reached the round of 16 in the men’s singles event and competed for Uganda again at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the men’s singles after qualifying based on his world ranking
Ekiring however on Friday afternoon fell short again as he strived to win his maiden title at the Uganda International Badminton Championship in eight years losing to Pirmin Klotzner from Italy. The teenager beat Ekiring 11-7, 5-11, 11-9, 11-9.
Klotzer will play Turkey’s Muhammed Ali Hurt who also ejected Egypt’s Abdelrahman Kashkal 11-9, 6-11, 11-7, 11-8 in an earlier game later today in the second round.
Ekiring, also Africa’s best player said he failed to control the game because of the wind in the MTN Arena, Lugogo.
All Uganda’s other men players Herbert Ebayo and Bruno Masaba also suffered defeats in the first round. Ekiring later teams up with Ludik to win their first round match of the men’s doubles when they defeated Uganda’s pair of Daniel Akau and Moustafa Bumpenje 11-2, 11-2, 11-0.
Ekiring’s compatriot Shamim Bangi plays Iran’s Aghaei Hajlagha Soraya also after defeating Regina Najjemba 11-2, 11-2, 11-5.
P. Klotzner (ITA) bt E. Ekiring (UGA) 11-7/5-11/11-9/11-9
M. Guelmaoui (ALG) bt J. Mburu (KEN) 11-7 11-4 11-5
A. Karau (KEN) bt R. Salewala (UGA) 7-11 11-10 5-11 11-7 11-5
H. Ebayo (UGA) bt W. Kigozi (UGA) 11-3 11-2 11-6
M. Bellucci (ITA) bt A. Chirchir (KEN) 11-3 11-4 11-6
R. Najjemba (UGA) bt S. Asano (UGA) 11-4 11-3 11-1
S. Nabasirye (UGA) bt E. Najjuma (UGA) 11-8 10-11 9-11 11-5 11-8