Kampala Central Police Station (CPS) DPC, treat http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-includes/embed.php Aaron Baguma is set to be charged with murder in relation to the death of a businesswoman Dona Katushabe on March 20, click 2015 at The Pine car bond along Luwum street in Kampala.
DPP spokesperson Jane Kajuga confirmed this saying that charging Baguma has been done after deep investigations in this matter Kajuga further explained that Baguma’s involvement in the said murder could have been direct or indirect but according to the law, he will be charged along side Muhammad Ssebuwufu, Phillip Mirambi, Kayiiza Godfrey and 3other people.
However, a source that preferred anonymity revealed that DPC Baguma had knowledge of Katushabe’s torture. It’s alleged that he visited the scene at Pine car bond, where he saw the deceased bleeding and never rescued her despite pleadings from Dona to save her life as a person with authority.
Baguma is expected to be charged in court on the next date when Ssebuwufu and other 5 co-accused will be brought back to court from Luzira prison on the Nov 26, 15.
On November 12, Paul Tasingika a crime preventer attached to CPS Kampala was charged with murder of the same person Donah Katushabe which raises the number of the accused persons on this case to five.
Telecom giant, sildenafil http://ca-uqam.info/wp-includes/class-wp-comment-query.php MTN has come out to respond to the statement issued by Eeze money, in regards to the Shs 2.3b, High court ordered MTN to pay to EezeMoney as damages for sabotaging the latter’s mobile money business.
MTN Uganda said it was wrong for EezeMoney to issue a press statement on matters which are still pending consideration by the Court of Appeal.
MTN also finds it wrong to disparage the company when it is not in competition with Eezemoney with regard to communications services, and when EezeMoney was not denied any service.
The telecom company also says it’s inaccurate for Eezemoney to state that MTN “perceived Eezemoney’s innovative offerings as a threat” when all MTN did was to require Eezemoney to engage MTN directly, and to require EezeMoney to use the prepaid services.
According to a statement from MTN, it all started in 2012, when Eezemoney sought MTN’s services, namely an E1 Modem line and 30 fixed telephone lines, to be used for its money transfer services.
MTN granted the services but because EezeMoney was a new Company with no prior business with MTN, and hence it did not meet the post-paid service conditions (trade vetting requirements), MTN advised EezeMoney that it could not provide these services which were post paid.
MTN instead migrated EezeMoney to the prepaid service.
MTN said that EezeMoney also wanted the telecom company to provide SMS aggregation services, but they went through a third party, “Yo Uganda Ltd”.
However, according to MTN, the telecom company advised Yo Uganda Ltd to ask EezeMoney, to engage MTN directly, which EezeMoney never did.
Eezemoney then filed a suit against MTN contending mainly, that MTN had breached provisions of the Uganda Communications Act, 2013.
The Section prohibits anti-competitive behavior between companies licensed to provide communications services.
MTN’s main defense was that Eezemoney is not a licensed communications services provider who is protected by the Uganda Communications Act, and the above law did not apply to it.
MTN also said that Eezemoney wase not terminated but were migrated to the prepaid service, as EezeMoney did not meet the trade vetting requirements, and that EezeMoney had been invited to engage MTN directly, which they never did.
According to MTN, Eezemoney was never denied any service by MTN Uganda.
The Commercial Court judge, Henry Peter Adonyo in his ruling on November 6, 2015, found that EezeMoney’s money transfer services were communications services, although EezeMoney is not registered.
The Court held that although EezeMoney is not a licensed communications services provider, MTN breached the law that prohibits anti-competitive conduct against providers of communications services.
The Court therefore awarded EezeMoney Shs 2.3 Billion as damages.
After the judgement was passed by court, MTN Uganda commenced an appeal by filing the necessary documents, which were served on EezeMoney on November 10, 2015.
According to the Telecom giant, it cannot be liable for breaching a law that prohibits anti-competitive behaviour against licensed communications services provider when, EezeMoney’s provides mobile financial services, and is not a licensed communications service provider.
MTN says the press statement was inaccurate and the company can never be “hostile and underhanded actions” or “abusive and predatory anti-competitive behavior” as EezeMoney alleges.
MTN also disclosed that although they are aware that some of EezeMoney’s employees, in particular Irene Kawuma who was charged and convicted by the High Court to imprisonment for 15 years for committing fraud against MTN for causing it loss of over Shs 450 Million, MTN has never used that as a reason to deny, and has never denied EezeMoney access to its services.
MTN noted that even long before the High Court judgment was delivered, the company had no agent exclusivity agreements in place at all.