The Deputy Kabale Resident District Commissioner Denis Nzeirwe has been summoned by the High court for allegedly assaulting a candidate in the NRM primary elections.
Nzeirwe is accused of beating Nelson Nshangabashaija, viagra sale http://crosscourtathletics.org/wp-admin/includes/schema.php a contestant for Katuna Town Council LC 3 chair on the NRM party ticket and his agents at Kyonyo polling station on Monday October 5.
Nshangabashaija was admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital for four days before being discharged.
The RDC reportedly stormed the polling station in the company of Monica Nzeirwe, abortion http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-media-endpoint.php a Community Development Officer and attempted to stuff the ballot box, viagra dosage http://corepr.pl/wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php drawing protests from the polling agents.
Through his lawyers of Muhangi Justus and Partners Advocates, Nshangabashaija filed a case in the high court seeking for redress.
According to court summons signed by the Kabale High Court assistant registrar Agatonica Ahimbisibwe Mbabazi dated 20th October 2015, the deputy RDC is supposed to file his defense in a period of 15 days or the court would proceed with the case in his absence.
Nshangabashaija who lost the election says that by tampering with the voting process and denying him chance to oversee the final voting process, RDC Nzeirwe was responsible for his loss.
Counsel Justus Muhangi of Muhangi and Partners advocates says that his client seeks a total of Shs 164,760,000 which includes medical costs, transport costs, and discomfort, mental and psychological torture among others.
Kabale Deputy Resident District commissioner Denis Nzeirwe told our reporter that he was not in position to comment on the matter because he was yet to receive the court summons.
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