Court bailiffs in Mbarara yesterday impounded a Posta Uganda Bus registration number UAP 731U, ed http://chimpreports.com/entertainment/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/admin.php for failure to pay up to 36.7 million shillings after losing a civil case in the Mbarara Chief magistrate’s court.
In 2015, thumb http://celltrials.info/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/classes/yarpp_cache.php the bus reportedly knocked Counsel John B Kabandize of BKA Advocates along Mbarara–Ntungamo road and damaged his car.
The lawyer opened a suit at Mbarara chief magistrate’s court against Uganda Posta limited, web http://chanceandhydrick.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp.php Centenary bank limited funders of that specific bus and Tony Anganya the driver of the bus and court ruled in his favor.
Court ordered Centenary Bank Ltd, Uganda Posta Ltd and Tony Anganya to pay Counsel Kabandize special damages of UGX17,430,000, general damages of UGX 2,500,000 and costs of the suit to the plaintiff of UGX 16,780,000 which they failed to.
On July 5th 2016, chief magistrate’s court issued an order instructing Benjamin Mujuni to attach a movable property to the defendants for refusing to pay their decree under civil suit number 144/2015 for public auctioning.
And on July 12th 2016, Benjamin Mujuni trailed Post bus from Kampala on its way to Kisoro and intercepted it from Mbarara town near Mbarara central police station where it was impounded and taken to Mbarara court premises as it awaits public auctioning.
He said the bus contained ¾ of fuel in the tank, a spare tire, wheel spanner, and a pipe.
According to court order the impounded bus will be valued by a competent value and valuation reports in court before sale.