Quack Lawyers Denied Bail

Rubanda county East Member of Parliament, more about Henry Ariganyira Musasizi has been dragged to police by a 74 year old widow on malicious damage and trespass charges.

Jenina Margret Muhooza, buy a resident of Katojo cell Kijuguta ward in Kabale Municipality accuses Musasizi of ripping through her fence.

The MP Allegedly directed his workers on 20th January 2016, to cut down the widow’s house fence and erect his own, yet during the property purchase, it was agreed that two meters was to be left between the two fences.

Mrs Muhooza also says that when she contacted Hon Musasizi about the matter he advised her to go to police.

Elly Maate the Kigezi region police spokesperson condemned the act of the legislator and revealed that investigations into the case number SD ref 51/01/02/2016 at Kabale central police station are underway.

When contacted by our reporter, the MP denied the allegations, adding that he was merely fencing off the portion land which he acquired in 2009.
The Buganda Road Chief Magistrate’s Court   has denied bail to two people accused of forging the Chief Justice Bart Katurebe’s signature with the aim of obtaining money by false pretense.

This followed the Resident State Attorney Jonathan Muwanganya’s submission to court presided over by Chief Magistrate James Eremye that the duo  should not be bailed owing to the seriousness of their offences, more about as they were likely to jump bail.

It is alleged that Joseph Nabasa 33 and Martin Matovu 45 together with others still at large on April 16, visit this 2015 obtained over Sh 437m from one Mukesh Sukla, cheap the Executive director of Shumuk Group of Companies, falsely pretending that they had been sent by the Chief Justice.

These are also accused of forging a letter dated November 11, 2015 purporting to have been issued from State House to Mr. Shukla, allegedly signed by Mary Amajo, the Principle Private Secretary to the President.

In December 2015, the accused also allegedly forged another letter purportedly from State House and signed by Baryayanga Williams, the head of Protocol Department at State House in Entebbe.

On Tuesday, the accused through their lawyer Albert Mukasa applied for their temporary release pending investigations in the matter, arguing that they had overstayed on remand.

The magistrate has set the 10th February 2016 for hearing of this case and remanded the two back to Luzira Prison.

In the course of this trial, the Chief Justice Bart Katureebe is expected to testify against the accused.


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