NRM Vice Chairman Moses Kigongo’s marriage with Olive Kigongo is on the edge over accusations of untrustworthiness.
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Through her lawyers Kwesigabo, Bamwiine and Walubiri Advocates, Olive has taken the battle for the multi-million property at the Kampala High Court.
The stylish property is centrally located just a short walk from the heart of city business centre, guaranteed to capture visitors a clear view of the city in a serene and friendly environment.
Olive swore the affidavit before Deo Bitaguma, an advocate and commissioner for oaths.
She said in her petition dated January 15 that “statements produced and shown to me and marked with the letter as relate to my own acts and deeds are true, and such of the statement as relate to the acts and deeds of any other person or persons I believe to be true.”
The legal battle is likely to trigger huge media interest considering that Kigongo is thought to be attracted to the stunning NTV news presenter, Faridah Nakazibwe. Olive is likely to present evidence to prove this accusation.
The court sessions will as well blow the lid off the private lives of politically powerful family.
Olive heads the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and proprietor Amagara Skin Care products.
Saad Kibirango has promised to score goals for The Saints.
Kibirango joins on a yearlong loan from Uganda Premier League side Lweza FC.
The midfielder started training Monday with his new teammates and was very excited to be part of the Sainthood.
“I am very excited to join The Saints, more about http://daiviet.us/wp-includes/class-walker-category-dropdown.php all I am here to do is score goals, I love scoring goals and I believe I will score goals,” Kibirango promised.
Kibirango joins forwards Alex Kitata, Viane Ssekajugo, Fred Kyambadde, Nicholas Odong and Jordan Tamale in the offence as The Saints continues to seek promotion to the top flight.
Saints Coach Mark Twinamatsiko said: “We are happy to have Kibirango on our team, he’s a fantastic player. We hope to make a few more additions to the squad before this window ends.”
The Saints officially resumed training today at Namboole ahead of the FUFA Big League second round that starts mid next month.