Mbarara High Court’s Justice Damalie Lwanga yesterday started hearing the case Od Tayebwa, more about http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/pro/ubermenu.pro.php the Ishaka Municipality Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) parliamentary flag bearer in last February’s elections, unhealthy http://chopcult.com/troyfab/templates/images/secure.php whose outcomes he is challenging.
In March, Odo sued the Electoral Commission and his opponent Gordon Arinda alias Cowboy who he accused of masterminding bribery intimidation and misconduct during the elections.
Odo claims that he was massively cheated by the NRM candidate Arinda who was sworn in as MP at Parliament yesterday morning.
After the swearing in ceremony, Arinda rushed to Mbarara for the court session.
“I should be out having lunch and enjoying my triumph; it’s a shame,” he later on told press at the court house. “This is the first time in my 48 years to appear before a court.”
Odo won the parliamentary seat in Ishaka-Bushenyi in 2011 when court nullified the victory of his contender Nasser Bassajabalaba on the basis of bribery, intimidation and electoral malpractices. Although Sebaggala was already sworn in as MP, the Electoral Commission organized another election which Odo won.
Justice Damalie Lwanga set Monday May 23 for further hearing of the petition.