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Byandala And Others Committed to High Court

Former Minister Abraham Byandala

Presidential Candidate Amama Mbabazi has one more huddle ahead of him, see http://colombiareports.com/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php as a court case filed at the close of last week means he may lose the right to use the Go Forward slogan, website logo, social media strategy and even photographs used for his campaign materials.

In Civil Suit No. 1519 of 2015, filed at the Chief Magistrate’s Court of Mengo, one Colin Assimwe, a strategist and communications consultant, has sued Mbabazi for non-payment of Ugx 48million and costs, for the conceptualization of the “Go Forward” strategy.

Mbabazi came up with the Go Forward pressure group, after he was barred earlier this year from running for the National Resistance Movement party flag for next year’s presidential elections against incumbent Yoweri Museveni.

“The Defendant contracted the Plaintiff, a strategist and communications consultant, to develop a creative strategy, creative brief development, creative supervision, contacts and networks and meeting time for his campaign bid for the presidential elections of 2016,” read part of the court summons to Mbabazi seen by Chimpreports.

 

“(Asiimwe) duly carried on his assignment for coming up with the campaign name “GO FORWARD”, logo, artwork for branded designs for the folders, pens, CD covers, letter heads, podium cover, press back drop, business cards, caps, bandana, shirts, social media strategy and campaign song.”

Asimwe states that he completed his assignment and that Mbabazi had a successful launch of his campaign and is to date he is traversing the country for votes but without paying for the work he did.

“The Plaintiff sent his invoice to the Defendant’s office by email and has through attempts through his lawyers to have his money paid but he has not received any response,” the Court documents state.

The Mengo Chief Magistrate on December 11 issued summons to Amama Mbabazi to apply for leave to appear and defend himself in the lawsuit within ten (10) days.

Mbabazi is expected by the court to make an appearance within ten days [before money 21st 2015] after which the magistrate will set the date for hearing of the case.

Assimwe’s case was filed though Mohammed Kajubi of M.A. Kajubi & Co. Advocates.
Presidential Candidate Amama Mbabazi has one more huddle ahead of him, order http://crosswordfiend.com/blog/wp-includes/id3/module.audio.mp3.php as a court case filed at the close of last week means he may lose the right to use the Go Forward slogan, purchase logo, more about social media strategy and even photographs used for his campaign materials.

In Civil Suit No. 1519 of 2015, filed at the Chief Magistrate’s Court of Mengo, one Colin Assimwe, a strategist and communications consultant, has sued Mbabazi for non-payment of Ugx 48million and costs, for the conceptualization of the “Go Forward” strategy.

Mbabazi came up with the Go Forward pressure group, after he was barred earlier this year from running for the National Resistance Movement party flag for next year’s presidential elections against incumbent Yoweri Museveni.

“The Defendant contracted the Plaintiff, a strategist and communications consultant, to develop a creative strategy, creative brief development, creative supervision, contacts and networks and meeting time for his campaign bid for the presidential elections of 2016,” read part of the court summons to Mbabazi seen by Chimpreports.

Court Summons to Mbabazi

Court Summons to Mbabazi

“(Asiimwe) duly carried on his assignment for coming up with the campaign name “GO FORWARD”, logo, artwork for branded designs for the folders, pens, CD covers, letter heads, podium cover, press back drop, business cards, caps, bandana, shirts, social media strategy and campaign song.”

Asimwe states that he completed his assignment and that Mbabazi had a successful launch of his campaign and is to date he is traversing the country for votes but without paying for the work he did.

“The Plaintiff sent his invoice to the Defendant’s office by email and has through attempts through his lawyers to have his money paid but he has not received any response,” the Court documents state.

The Mengo Chief Magistrate on December 11 issued summons to Amama Mbabazi to apply for leave to appear and defend himself in the lawsuit within ten (10) days.

Mbabazi is expected by the court to make an appearance within ten days [before money 21st 2015] after which the magistrate will set the date for hearing of the case.

Assimwe’s case was filed though Mohammed Kajubi of M.A. Kajubi & Co. Advocates.
The Inspector General of Government has directed that Minister Abraham Byandala be tried before the High Court- Anti-Corruption division for allegedly causing government a 24 billion shillings loss in relation to awarding a contract to re-rehabilitate Mukono- Katosi Kyetume road in 2013.

According to committal papers presented  before Grade one magistrate Julius Borore, visit this site http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-admin/includes/template.php Byandala  is said to have abused his authority by then as works minister when he directed the signing of the between UNRA and EUTAW LTD, healing http://cfmasv.com/wp-includes/class-wp-ajax-response.php a company that lacked due capacity to do the work.

The Minister is also said to have committed influence peddling by meeting at his office with the country representative of EUTAW Company, http://challengemetennis.com/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php a one Apollo Ssenkeeto, a day before signing the contract.

The IGG further says she will adduce evidence during the trial to the effect that Byandala, now minister without portfolio disobeyed her lawful orders by ordering that the works on the Mukono- Katosi Kyetume road should continue despite her directive to halt them .

The committal papers for   Byandala and his 5 co accused including Apollo Ssenkeeto, Isaac Mugote, Eng. Kimeze Berunado, Joe semugoona and Mavin Byaruha to High court for trial have been presented by State Attorney Brenda Kimbugwe.

The six will have their case heard in the next  session fixed in the Anti corruption High court division.

 

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