Buganda Road grade senior principle magistrate Sarah Kaitesi Lukwago has issued a warrant of arrest to Uganda People’s Congress President Jimmy Akena and fourteen others accused of trespassing at Uganda House where their party has got its headquarters.
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These, prosecution says, forcefully entered the property of the Milton Obote Foundation and occupied a sixth floor of Uganda House thus disrupting business for other clients.
The warrant followed failure of the fourteen accused to appear in dock today, the second time ever since criminal summons were issued to them
Hon Betty Amongi who attended court the previous time was also absent today. Only Patrick Aroma attended but did not enter the dock for court to recognize his presence.
After the issuance of the arrest warrant, he tried to reveal himself so as not to be included on the list. Too late.
The case has been adjourned to 7th December for plea taking.
Sarah Nyirabahitsyi Mateke has lost her bid to hold the National Resistance Movement party flag for the Kisoro Woman Parliamentary seat come 2016.
The daughter of State Minister of Regional Affairs Dr. Philemon Mateke was floored in Tuesday elections by her long time arch rival Rose Kabagyenyi.
Kisoro District NRM registrar Tadeo Mujambere on Wednesday afternoon announced Kabagyenyi as the winner of the polls with 18, page http://celstec.biz/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/multisite.php 425 while Nyirabahitsyi trailed with 9, viagra 146 votes.
Meanwhile, Sam Bitangaro was officially declared victorious in the Bufumbira South NRM MP race.
Bufumbira North was taken by the incumbent John Kamara with Kisoro Municipality being scooped by Sam Byibisho after defeating Paul Kwizera, the son of Agriculture Minister Tressy Bucyanayandi.
Abel Bizimana won the district LC5 race after defeating the incumbent Milton Mutabazi Bazanye.
In Bufumbira East, former Ethics Minister Dr. James Nsaba Buturo has bounced back, defeating incumbent Eddie Kwizera.
This was sweet revenge considering that Buturo was humiliated by Kwizera in the 2011 elections.
In this election, Buturo obtained 14,354 votes against Kwizera’s 11,736 votes.