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High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga will today issue a ruling in a case in which Jackie Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband Juvenal Nsenga in January 2013.

Uwera ran over his husband at the gate of their matrimonial home in Bugolobi, unhealthy pilule http://datedgear.com/wp-admin/includes/plugin-install.php touching off a protracted legal battle with the deceased’s wealthy family.

Prosecution alleges that Uwera, story on January 10 2013, at her matrimonial home in Bugolobi, Kampala, murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga contrary to section 218 and 219 of the penal code act.

The accused denies intentional murder, arguing she could not deliberately hurt the father of her kids.

In their submission in July, prosecution lawyers told court that “whether Nsenga died of malice or not, the death was caused unlawfully.”

Okalanyi told court the police pathologist’s post-mortem report indicated the deceased’s body had its skin peeled off after being dragged on a rough surface with tyre patterns all on the waist.

She further stated that Nsenga suffered fractured ribs, damaged lungs and all these were as a result of being knocked by the car which Uwera was driving.

This, the lawyer collaborated with a witness’ testimony to court that while on his hospital bed , the deceased told them that it was his wife who had knocked him with the car.

Okalanyi further quoted the police statement made by Jackie Nsenga in which she admitted having been the driver of the car that knocked the deceased.

The prosecution lawyers cited Section 191 of the Penal Code Act where an incident is established as malice aforethought when there is intention to cause death whether the victim was killed or not, whether there is knowledge or not that the act will kill a person or not among others.

However, the defence lawyers said the matter before court is not in relation to murder of the deceased but rather a wrangle for property between the accused and the deceased’s relatives.

The defence lawyers quoted the accused who in her statement told court that soon after burial of her husband, she was approached by the deceased’s father Donati Kananura on matters regarding the administration of Nsenga’s estate and property estimated at Shs50bn.

“While in protective custody, the accused learnt of an application in the papers by Donati Kananura seeking letters of administration for the deceased’s property and therefore through her lawyers she put a caveat on the property,” said Nsubuga.

“However around that period, pressure came from the relatives that she should be charged for murder to facilitate them get letters of administration of the property and the charges could only be dropped in turn if she removed the caveat on the deceased’s property,” the defence lawyers told court.

“Donati in the application for letters of administration was not doing it on behalf of the alleged family joint Company but rather on his own.”

On the malice aforethought in causing the death of her husband, the defence lawyers told court that the accused doesn’t know what happened and could not be blamed for intending to kill her husband.

They told court that unintended acceleration is known to be in existence in Toyota cars, stressing modern cars have computer systems, adding, unintended acceleration was due to some fault in the computer software of the car.

“It was a pure accident and the accused didn’t have any unlawful act in the events that happened on the fateful day because she did her best to save the life of her husband by driving him to the hospital,” said Nsubuga.
9:45am: High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga will today issue a ruling in a case in which Jackie Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband Juvenal Nsenga in January 2013.

Uwera ran over his husband at the gate of their matrimonial home in Bugolobi, more about http://concasol.org/wp-content/plugins/revslider/settings/layer_settings.php touching off a protracted legal battle with the deceased’s wealthy family.

Prosecution alleges that Uwera, http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-admin/includes/file.php on January 10 2013, http://cubanet.org/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php at her matrimonial home in Bugolobi, Kampala, murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga contrary to section 218 and 219 of the penal code act.

The accused denies intentional murder, arguing she could not deliberately hurt the father of her kids.

In their submission in July, prosecution lawyers told court that “whether Nsenga died of malice or not, the death was caused unlawfully.”

Okalanyi told court the police pathologist’s post-mortem report indicated the deceased’s body had its skin peeled off after being dragged on a rough surface with tyre patterns all on the waist.

She further stated that Nsenga suffered fractured ribs, damaged lungs and all these were as a result of being knocked by the car which Uwera was driving.

This, the lawyer collaborated with a witness’ testimony to court that while on his hospital bed , the deceased told them that it was his wife who had knocked him with the car.

Okalanyi further quoted the police statement made by Jackie Nsenga in which she admitted having been the driver of the car that knocked the deceased.

The prosecution lawyers cited Section 191 of the Penal Code Act where an incident is established as malice aforethought when there is intention to cause death whether the victim was killed or not, whether there is knowledge or not that the act will kill a person or not among others.

However, the defence lawyers said the matter before court is not in relation to murder of the deceased but rather a wrangle for property between the accused and the deceased’s relatives.

The defence lawyers quoted the accused who in her statement told court that soon after burial of her husband, she was approached by the deceased’s father Donati Kananura on matters regarding the administration of Nsenga’s estate and property estimated at Shs50bn.

“While in protective custody, the accused learnt of an application in the papers by Donati Kananura seeking letters of administration for the deceased’s property and therefore through her lawyers she put a caveat on the property,” said Nsubuga.

“However around that period, pressure came from the relatives that she should be charged for murder to facilitate them get letters of administration of the property and the charges could only be dropped in turn if she removed the caveat on the deceased’s property,” the defence lawyers told court.

“Donati in the application for letters of administration was not doing it on behalf of the alleged family joint Company but rather on his own.”

On the malice aforethought in causing the death of her husband, the defence lawyers told court that the accused doesn’t know what happened and could not be blamed for intending to kill her husband.

They told court that unintended acceleration is known to be in existence in Toyota cars, stressing modern cars have computer systems, adding, unintended acceleration was due to some fault in the computer software of the car.

“It was a pure accident and the accused didn’t have any unlawful act in the events that happened on the fateful day because she did her best to save the life of her husband by driving him to the hospital,” said Nsubuga.
12:00 noom: “Jackie Uwera Nsenga is found guilty and convicted as charged, try http://crfg.org/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-query.php ” says Justice Duncan Gaswaga. court adjourned until tomorrow morning when the sentence will be read.

11: 59am: Judge says that death was caused willingly and knowingly by the accused.

11: 50am: Judge says that the accused saw the car as the nearest weapon to manifest her intention of killing Nsenga

11:15am: Judge says Uwera presented herself as a God-fearing woman and born-again yet it was only a cover up for her intentions to get rid of her husband.

10:58am: Regarding the dying declaration that Uwera had killed him with his own car, rx http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/uninstall.php judge says Nsenga was truthful as it is difficult for someone going to die accepting to meet his creator with a lie on his mind.

10:46am: Judge continues his ruling in the murder of Nsenga:

This is a case of government carrying out its duty through DPP and police is mandated to carry out investigation of criminal nature and report back to him.

It is only DPP and no one else to decide which charge against a person. Although police may advise, their opinion is not bidding.

Police lacked interest in this case as soon as Nsenga died, therefore Uwera’s in-laws didn’t push for this case in order to have right on property.

The decision of the relative to forgive Uwera doesn’t make her innocent. Neither family nor individual forgiveness can rinse anyone of guilt.

10:18am: The Judge says on the fateful day, the Shamba boy had gone to his village for burial but when Uwera returned in the evening, she pressed the doorbell and saw the door moving.

She returned to the car and before she could put second foot, the car jerked and knocked the gate.

Uwera struggled with the steering as she tried to control the car.

Then after a short time, she ran to the house calling her husband but did not get any response.

To her surprise she heard someone groaning in pain at the back of the car. “Sorry dear, sorry darling, I didn’t intend to knock you.”

10:11am: The judge now cites evidence by Loretta who had lived with the couple from 2000 to 2011.

She testified that Uwera always lost her temper easily and one day told her that she was capable of doing something she even didn’t know its outcome.

According to the scenes of crime officer, he found marks on the gate and bent bolt.

The engineer from Makerere in his testimony said the car must have been moving at speed of between 40 and 60km per hour for it to bend the bolt in that manner.

According to inspector of vehicles Mugimba, the car was in proper working condition.

Uwera told court she met with deceased in Nairobi in 1994 but she noticed her husband had changed when she came back from US after delivering her second born.

The judge notes that Uwera one day saw Loretta dressed improperly but Loretta didn’t mind.

9:55: In her opening remarks, Justice Gaswaga gives the background of the case.

He adds: “I’m not here to decide on the matter of the administration of the couple’s estate because there is a suit in another court. I’m here to determine whether Jackie is guilty or innocent for murder charge.”

9:45am: High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga will today issue a ruling in a case in which Jackie Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband Juvenal Nsenga in January 2013.

Uwera ran over his husband at the gate of their matrimonial home in Bugolobi, touching off a protracted legal battle with the deceased’s wealthy family.

Prosecution alleges that Uwera, on January 10 2013, at her matrimonial home in Bugolobi, Kampala, murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga contrary to section 218 and 219 of the penal code act.

The accused denies intentional murder, arguing she could not deliberately hurt the father of her kids.

In their submission in July, prosecution lawyers told court that “whether Nsenga died of malice or not, the death was caused unlawfully.”

Okalanyi told court the police pathologist’s post-mortem report indicated the deceased’s body had its skin peeled off after being dragged on a rough surface with tyre patterns all on the waist.

She further stated that Nsenga suffered fractured ribs, damaged lungs and all these were as a result of being knocked by the car which Uwera was driving.

This, the lawyer collaborated with a witness’ testimony to court that while on his hospital bed , the deceased told them that it was his wife who had knocked him with the car.

Okalanyi further quoted the police statement made by Jackie Nsenga in which she admitted having been the driver of the car that knocked the deceased.

The prosecution lawyers cited Section 191 of the Penal Code Act where an incident is established as malice aforethought when there is intention to cause death whether the victim was killed or not, whether there is knowledge or not that the act will kill a person or not among others.

However, the defence lawyers said the matter before court is not in relation to murder of the deceased but rather a wrangle for property between the accused and the deceased’s relatives.

The defence lawyers quoted the accused who in her statement told court that soon after burial of her husband, she was approached by the deceased’s father Donati Kananura on matters regarding the administration of Nsenga’s estate and property estimated at Shs50bn.

“While in protective custody, the accused learnt of an application in the papers by Donati Kananura seeking letters of administration for the deceased’s property and therefore through her lawyers she put a caveat on the property,” said Nsubuga.

“However around that period, pressure came from the relatives that she should be charged for murder to facilitate them get letters of administration of the property and the charges could only be dropped in turn if she removed the caveat on the deceased’s property,” the defence lawyers told court.

“Donati in the application for letters of administration was not doing it on behalf of the alleged family joint Company but rather on his own.”

On the malice aforethought in causing the death of her husband, the defence lawyers told court that the accused doesn’t know what happened and could not be blamed for intending to kill her husband.

They told court that unintended acceleration is known to be in existence in Toyota cars, stressing modern cars have computer systems, adding, unintended acceleration was due to some fault in the computer software of the car.

“It was a pure accident and the accused didn’t have any unlawful act in the events that happened on the fateful day because she did her best to save the life of her husband by driving him to the hospital,” said Nsubuga.

 
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He adds: “I’m not here to decide on the matter of the administration of the couple’s estate because there is a suit in another court. I’m here to determine whether Jackie is guilty or not innocent for murder charge.”

9:45am: High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga will today issue a ruling in a case in which Jackie Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband Juvenal Nsenga in January 2013.

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The accused denies intentional murder, arguing she could not deliberately hurt the father of her kids.

In their submission in July, prosecution lawyers told court that “whether Nsenga died of malice or not, the death was caused unlawfully.”

Okalanyi told court the police pathologist’s post-mortem report indicated the deceased’s body had its skin peeled off after being dragged on a rough surface with tyre patterns all on the waist.

She further stated that Nsenga suffered fractured ribs, damaged lungs and all these were as a result of being knocked by the car which Uwera was driving.

This, the lawyer collaborated with a witness’ testimony to court that while on his hospital bed , the deceased told them that it was his wife who had knocked him with the car.

Okalanyi further quoted the police statement made by Jackie Nsenga in which she admitted having been the driver of the car that knocked the deceased.

The prosecution lawyers cited Section 191 of the Penal Code Act where an incident is established as malice aforethought when there is intention to cause death whether the victim was killed or not, whether there is knowledge or not that the act will kill a person or not among others.

However, the defence lawyers said the matter before court is not in relation to murder of the deceased but rather a wrangle for property between the accused and the deceased’s relatives.

The defence lawyers quoted the accused who in her statement told court that soon after burial of her husband, she was approached by the deceased’s father Donati Kananura on matters regarding the administration of Nsenga’s estate and property estimated at Shs50bn.

“While in protective custody, the accused learnt of an application in the papers by Donati Kananura seeking letters of administration for the deceased’s property and therefore through her lawyers she put a caveat on the property,” said Nsubuga.

“However around that period, pressure came from the relatives that she should be charged for murder to facilitate them get letters of administration of the property and the charges could only be dropped in turn if she removed the caveat on the deceased’s property,” the defence lawyers told court.

“Donati in the application for letters of administration was not doing it on behalf of the alleged family joint Company but rather on his own.”

On the malice aforethought in causing the death of her husband, the defence lawyers told court that the accused doesn’t know what happened and could not be blamed for intending to kill her husband.

They told court that unintended acceleration is known to be in existence in Toyota cars, stressing modern cars have computer systems, adding, unintended acceleration was due to some fault in the computer software of the car.

“It was a pure accident and the accused didn’t have any unlawful act in the events that happened on the fateful day because she did her best to save the life of her husband by driving him to the hospital,” said Nsubuga.
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He adds: “I’m not here to decide on the matter of the administration of the couple’s estate because there is a suit in another court. I’m here to determine whether Jackie is guilty or innocent for murder charge.”

9:45am: High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga will today issue a ruling in a case in which Jackie Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband Juvenal Nsenga in January 2013.

Uwera ran over his husband at the gate of their matrimonial home in Bugolobi, http://cprocom.com/portal/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/blocks/handheld/footer.php touching off a protracted legal battle with the deceased’s wealthy family.

Prosecution alleges that Uwera, on January 10 2013, at her matrimonial home in Bugolobi, Kampala, murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga contrary to section 218 and 219 of the penal code act.

The accused denies intentional murder, arguing she could not deliberately hurt the father of her kids.

In their submission in July, prosecution lawyers told court that “whether Nsenga died of malice or not, the death was caused unlawfully.”

Okalanyi told court the police pathologist’s post-mortem report indicated the deceased’s body had its skin peeled off after being dragged on a rough surface with tyre patterns all on the waist.

She further stated that Nsenga suffered fractured ribs, damaged lungs and all these were as a result of being knocked by the car which Uwera was driving.

This, the lawyer collaborated with a witness’ testimony to court that while on his hospital bed , the deceased told them that it was his wife who had knocked him with the car.

Okalanyi further quoted the police statement made by Jackie Nsenga in which she admitted having been the driver of the car that knocked the deceased.

The prosecution lawyers cited Section 191 of the Penal Code Act where an incident is established as malice aforethought when there is intention to cause death whether the victim was killed or not, whether there is knowledge or not that the act will kill a person or not among others.

However, the defence lawyers said the matter before court is not in relation to murder of the deceased but rather a wrangle for property between the accused and the deceased’s relatives.

The defence lawyers quoted the accused who in her statement told court that soon after burial of her husband, she was approached by the deceased’s father Donati Kananura on matters regarding the administration of Nsenga’s estate and property estimated at Shs50bn.

“While in protective custody, the accused learnt of an application in the papers by Donati Kananura seeking letters of administration for the deceased’s property and therefore through her lawyers she put a caveat on the property,” said Nsubuga.

“However around that period, pressure came from the relatives that she should be charged for murder to facilitate them get letters of administration of the property and the charges could only be dropped in turn if she removed the caveat on the deceased’s property,” the defence lawyers told court.

“Donati in the application for letters of administration was not doing it on behalf of the alleged family joint Company but rather on his own.”

On the malice aforethought in causing the death of her husband, the defence lawyers told court that the accused doesn’t know what happened and could not be blamed for intending to kill her husband.

They told court that unintended acceleration is known to be in existence in Toyota cars, stressing modern cars have computer systems, adding, unintended acceleration was due to some fault in the computer software of the car.

“It was a pure accident and the accused didn’t have any unlawful act in the events that happened on the fateful day because she did her best to save the life of her husband by driving him to the hospital,” said Nsubuga.
10:11am: The judge now cites evidence by Loretta who had lived with the couple from 2000 to 2011.

She testified that Uwera always lost her temper easily and one day told her that she was capable of doing something she even didn’t know its outcome.

According to the scenes of crime officer, stomach http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp.php he found marks on the gate and bent bolt.

The engineer from Makerere in his testimony said the car must have been moving at speed of between 40 and 60km per hour for it to bend the bolt in that manner.

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Uwera told court she met with deceased in Nairobi in 1994 but she noticed her husband had changed when she came back from US after delivering her second born.

The judge notes that Uwera one day saw Loretta dressed improperly but Loretta didn’t mind.

9:55: In her opening remarks, cost http://cheapjuicer.xyz/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/select.php Justice Gaswaga gives the background of the case.

He adds: “I’m not here to decide on the matter of the administration of the couple’s estate because there is a suit in another court. I’m here to determine whether Jackie is guilty or innocent for murder charge.”

9:45am: High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga will today issue a ruling in a case in which Jackie Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband Juvenal Nsenga in January 2013.

Uwera ran over his husband at the gate of their matrimonial home in Bugolobi, touching off a protracted legal battle with the deceased’s wealthy family.

Prosecution alleges that Uwera, on January 10 2013, at her matrimonial home in Bugolobi, Kampala, murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga contrary to section 218 and 219 of the penal code act.

The accused denies intentional murder, arguing she could not deliberately hurt the father of her kids.

In their submission in July, prosecution lawyers told court that “whether Nsenga died of malice or not, the death was caused unlawfully.”

Okalanyi told court the police pathologist’s post-mortem report indicated the deceased’s body had its skin peeled off after being dragged on a rough surface with tyre patterns all on the waist.

She further stated that Nsenga suffered fractured ribs, damaged lungs and all these were as a result of being knocked by the car which Uwera was driving.

This, the lawyer collaborated with a witness’ testimony to court that while on his hospital bed , the deceased told them that it was his wife who had knocked him with the car.

Okalanyi further quoted the police statement made by Jackie Nsenga in which she admitted having been the driver of the car that knocked the deceased.

The prosecution lawyers cited Section 191 of the Penal Code Act where an incident is established as malice aforethought when there is intention to cause death whether the victim was killed or not, whether there is knowledge or not that the act will kill a person or not among others.

However, the defence lawyers said the matter before court is not in relation to murder of the deceased but rather a wrangle for property between the accused and the deceased’s relatives.

The defence lawyers quoted the accused who in her statement told court that soon after burial of her husband, she was approached by the deceased’s father Donati Kananura on matters regarding the administration of Nsenga’s estate and property estimated at Shs50bn.

“While in protective custody, the accused learnt of an application in the papers by Donati Kananura seeking letters of administration for the deceased’s property and therefore through her lawyers she put a caveat on the property,” said Nsubuga.

“However around that period, pressure came from the relatives that she should be charged for murder to facilitate them get letters of administration of the property and the charges could only be dropped in turn if she removed the caveat on the deceased’s property,” the defence lawyers told court.

“Donati in the application for letters of administration was not doing it on behalf of the alleged family joint Company but rather on his own.”

On the malice aforethought in causing the death of her husband, the defence lawyers told court that the accused doesn’t know what happened and could not be blamed for intending to kill her husband.

They told court that unintended acceleration is known to be in existence in Toyota cars, stressing modern cars have computer systems, adding, unintended acceleration was due to some fault in the computer software of the car.

“It was a pure accident and the accused didn’t have any unlawful act in the events that happened on the fateful day because she did her best to save the life of her husband by driving him to the hospital,” said Nsubuga.
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She returned to the car and before she could put second foot, the car jerked and knocked the gate.

Uwera struggled with the steering as she tried to control the car.

Then after a short time, she ran to the house calling her husband but did not get any response.

To her surprise she heard someone groaning in pain at the back of the car. “Sorry dear, sorry darling, I didn’t intend to knock you.”

10:11am: The judge now cites evidence by Loretta who had lived with the couple from 2000 to 2011.

She testified that Uwera always lost her temper easily and one day told her that she was capable of doing something she even didn’t know its outcome.

According to the scenes of crime officer, he found marks on the gate and bent bolt.

The engineer from Makerere in his testimony said the car must have been moving at speed of between 40 and 60km per hour for it to bend the bolt in that manner.

According to inspector of vehicles Mugimba, the car was in proper working condition.

Uwera told court she met with deceased in Nairobi in 1994 but she noticed her husband had changed when she came back from US after delivering her second born.

The judge notes that Uwera one day saw Loretta dressed improperly but Loretta didn’t mind.

9:55: In her opening remarks, Justice Gaswaga gives the background of the case.

He adds: “I’m not here to decide on the matter of the administration of the couple’s estate because there is a suit in another court. I’m here to determine whether Jackie is guilty or innocent for murder charge.”

9:45am: High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga will today issue a ruling in a case in which Jackie Uwera Nsenga is accused of killing her husband Juvenal Nsenga in January 2013.

Uwera ran over his husband at the gate of their matrimonial home in Bugolobi, touching off a protracted legal battle with the deceased’s wealthy family.

Prosecution alleges that Uwera, on January 10 2013, at her matrimonial home in Bugolobi, Kampala, murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga contrary to section 218 and 219 of the penal code act.

The accused denies intentional murder, arguing she could not deliberately hurt the father of her kids.

In their submission in July, prosecution lawyers told court that “whether Nsenga died of malice or not, the death was caused unlawfully.”

Okalanyi told court the police pathologist’s post-mortem report indicated the deceased’s body had its skin peeled off after being dragged on a rough surface with tyre patterns all on the waist.

She further stated that Nsenga suffered fractured ribs, damaged lungs and all these were as a result of being knocked by the car which Uwera was driving.

This, the lawyer collaborated with a witness’ testimony to court that while on his hospital bed , the deceased told them that it was his wife who had knocked him with the car.

Okalanyi further quoted the police statement made by Jackie Nsenga in which she admitted having been the driver of the car that knocked the deceased.

The prosecution lawyers cited Section 191 of the Penal Code Act where an incident is established as malice aforethought when there is intention to cause death whether the victim was killed or not, whether there is knowledge or not that the act will kill a person or not among others.

However, the defence lawyers said the matter before court is not in relation to murder of the deceased but rather a wrangle for property between the accused and the deceased’s relatives.

The defence lawyers quoted the accused who in her statement told court that soon after burial of her husband, she was approached by the deceased’s father Donati Kananura on matters regarding the administration of Nsenga’s estate and property estimated at Shs50bn.

“While in protective custody, the accused learnt of an application in the papers by Donati Kananura seeking letters of administration for the deceased’s property and therefore through her lawyers she put a caveat on the property,” said Nsubuga.

“However around that period, pressure came from the relatives that she should be charged for murder to facilitate them get letters of administration of the property and the charges could only be dropped in turn if she removed the caveat on the deceased’s property,” the defence lawyers told court.

“Donati in the application for letters of administration was not doing it on behalf of the alleged family joint Company but rather on his own.”

On the malice aforethought in causing the death of her husband, the defence lawyers told court that the accused doesn’t know what happened and could not be blamed for intending to kill her husband.

They told court that unintended acceleration is known to be in existence in Toyota cars, stressing modern cars have computer systems, adding, unintended acceleration was due to some fault in the computer software of the car.

“It was a pure accident and the accused didn’t have any unlawful act in the events that happened on the fateful day because she did her best to save the life of her husband by driving him to the hospital,” said Nsubuga.
As the search for Miss Tourism, online http://chakraboosters.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/wp-contact-form-7.php Uganda rages on at regional level; Jovia Alinda has been nominated for the national beauty contest after beating 11 other contestants to the crown of Miss Tourism, Tooro at Fort Fun City Hotel in Fort Portal on Friday.

The colorful event that attracted thousands started at 9:00 PM and ended at 3:00 Am as the panel of five judges struggled to determine who of the 12 girls was worthy of the much coveted crown.

Alinda, 22, a third year Software Engineering student at Makerere University was lost for words when the judges announced her the winner of the pageant.

“I attribute my success to Richard Sebadduka aka Mr. Fava of spotlight Management who trained and groomed me into what I am today. I’ll do my best to attract tourists through Print and electronic media for economic growth of the region,” Alinda pledged.

Queen Mother Best Kemigisa who was the chief guest at the event promised the people of Tooro that she has started on a campaign to promote tourism at kingdom, national and international levels.

Ritah Kajumba Rujumba, 23 pursuing a bachelor degree at Makerere University was named the first runners up and Sarah Ahurra Ramadhan 20, student of Information Technology at Mountains of the Moon University named the 2nd runners up in the contest.

The other contestants who won in different categories include Susan Kemirembe 25 of St. Laurence University who was the best performer.

Ritah Rhina Kirungi, one of the 5 judges noted that the performances by the contestants were colorful and displayed a great force of creativity but also added that the contestants lacked height, which caused wild laughter.

Tooro Kingdom Minister for Tourism, Anna Bagaya who was in charge of the event said that the beauty pageant was aimed at promoting tourism awareness on the beauty of Tooro and its wonders.

Prizes
Winner – plasma Television and free air ticket to Dubai
1st runner-up – home theater
2nd runner up – Mobile phone

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