Kampala High Court has issued summons for Kampala Central Division MP Muhammad Nsereko to respond to claims that he is responsible for FDC Mobilization Secretary Ingrid Turinawe’s loss in the recently concluded East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) elections.
In the summons signed by the Deputy Registrar in-charge of Civil Matters Alex Ajiji, viagra approved http://ckls.org/wp-content/themes/twentythirteen/inc/custom-header.php Nsereko has been given 15 days within which to file his written defense in court.
Failure to do so, http://clgmorvan.org/modules/templatemanager/function.admin_associationstab.php Justice Patricia Wasswa Basaza will proceed to deliver the judgement without his side of the story.
Last week Ingrid rushed to court accusing Nsereko of uttering defamatory words against her that she is behind the protest campaign of dropping piglets bearing MPs’ names at parliament and that she receives money from NRM for supplying NAADS seedlings.
Turinawe says Nsereko’s words uttered on19th/September 2016 while appearing on a morning talk show on one of the local TV stations, http://cfmasv.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-client.php came to catch up with her as MPs shouted and denied her audience during the EALA campaigns hence losing the election.
Turinawe now wants Court to order Nsereko pay her 400 million shillings as damages for the reputational injury she suffered since his words have portrayed her as someone who casts MPs as piglets instead of putting her party interests first.
She also wants court to compel Nsereko to make a public apology using the same medium of communication he used while making the alleged defamatory statements.