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State Wants Sejusa’s Case on Retirement to Be Dismissed

Gen David Sejusa

Senior State Attorney George Karemeera in the matter where former head of intelligence services General David Sejjusa filed to High Court seeking an order to the UPDF Commissions board retiring him officially in the army, sale http://celinther.com/components/com_k2/k2.php has asked court to dismiss this case with costs.

Sejusa through his lawyers Mushabe and Munungu Company Advocate had asked court to order the state to compensate him with UGX 1billion arising from the damages and suffering he went  through ever since he was denied his benefits from the army as well as the suffering he went through in prison.

Kalemera however, view http://crewchiefpro.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/admin/seo-settings.php asked High court judge Justice Margret Oguli to dismiss this application with costs, viagra order http://choladathaicuisine.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-network-sites-list-table.php  adding that this case was filed six months after the required period of 90days on the discharge from the army and therefore described it as a wastage of court’s time to file a case after the expiry of the legal mandatory period.

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Karemeera further argued that Sejjusa before filing this matter had to first apply for extension of time with genuine reasons for his delay, which he didn’t.

“The statutory provision requires that for an application of judicial review be valid, it must be filed not later than three months from the date of the main suit, and failure to file the application in time, the applicant should apply for extension of time which Gen Sejjusa didn’t do” Karemeera noted.

The matter was extended to Tuesday next week for rejoinder by Sejjusa’s lawyers being led by David Mushabe.

 

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