High Court Registrar Alex Ajiji has picked Justice Stephen Musota to hear the matter in which two citizens, drugs http://demo.des.net.id/hotel/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ajax/module.ajax.php Hakkim Kizza and Moses Bigirwa are seeking court to issue an interim order stopping the Thursday swearing in ceremony of President Yoweri Museveni who they claim has exceeded the constitutional age limit.
Before allocation of this file, salve http://citizenspace.us/wp-admin/includes/misc.php the applicants were heard complaining that their matter had been delayed. It however emerged that the registrar was attending an urgent meeting with other members of the judiciary.
The Registrar fixed the matter to be heard at 2.30 this Monday afternoon because it’s urgent and needs to be expeditiously heard before the swearing in ceremony.
The applicants were also asked to serve the respondent’s lawyers as soon as possible before the hearing of the matter, this http://centthor.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-gmappity-easy-google-maps/wpgmappity-iframe.php which they promised to do.
Moses Bigirwa, one of the applicants told reporters after their case was fixed, that nothing will stop them from championing the cause of protecting the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda.
“We have enough evidence to prove that President Museveni had exceeded 75 years of age as of November 2015 when he was nominated as a presidential candidate and therefore he was illegally nominated,” he said.
The applicants want among others for court to order scientific tests on the president to prove his real age, before he is handed the instruments of power for the fifth time.