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They were summoned last week by the court’s Chief Magistrate Irene Akankwasa.
They will hear mention of the cases levelled against them.
They join former Vice President Gilbert Bukenya, facing charges of abuse of office by ordering cancellation of international bidding for BMW cars for the conference’s guests.
Bukenya is out of Luzira on bail, pending trial.
The three ministers were yesterday forced to resign by President Yoweri Museveni amidst national outrage.
Kutesa and Premier Amama Mbabazi are separately accused of accepting personal cash hand outs from oil companies to oil their operations in the Albertine region.