The hearing of the case between Fufa President, viagra approved http://cromatest.mx/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideshow/styles/list/template.php Eng Moses Magogo and former Uganda Cranes player, treat http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/sharedaddy/sharing-service.php Dan Walusimbi has failed to take off as earlier scheduled after Magogo’s lawyers snubbed court.
The hearing which was rescheduled from Wednesday December 14th was postponed to Thursday under contention by Walusimbi’s lawyers who cited a busy schedule for today. Magogo’s lawyers were however supportive of the postponement.
Magogo’s legal team headed by counsel Ambrose Tebyasa were however nowhere to be seen all indicating they had commitments in other courts.
Allan Mulindwa, sales http://cremeriavienna.it/wp-includes/rewrite.php the defendant’s lead counsel who was furious said these were tricks played by Magogo’s lawyers to delay the hearing and later on a ruling on their matter.
“We were here yesterday (Wednesday) and we all agreed to come back today by noon, so I’m wondering why a team comprising of about six lawyers can fail to show up?” Asked a furious Mulindwa.
“All of us have engagements elsewhere because even me I had another case somewhere but I had to rush here simply because we all agreed yesterday,” he added.
Magogo through Mr Ochieng and Company Advocates petitioned the High Court in Kampala on 29th September seeking for an order restraining the activities of the Dan Walusimbi Fufa faction.
The Fufa boss sought for a temporary injunction on all activities by the Dan Walusimbi led faction including referring to themselves as the rightful FUFA, interfering with business at Fufa house and talking to CAF,FUFA sponsors and FIFA.
This was prompted by invasion on the FUFA headquarters in Mengo by Dan Walusimbi’s faction and ex-Cranes internationals on two included vandalising of property at the premises.
The initial hearing took place on 5th December before Justice Ajiji but the case was adjourned to 14 December.
However, his Lordship Basaza Wasswa rescheduled it to the next day (today). The judge has therefore advised the legal teams to write a hearing notice indicating when they are ready to have the case go on.