Amama Mbabazi to Visit Vandalised Law Firms – ChimpReports
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Amama Mbabazi to Visit Vandalised Law Firms

Amama Mbabazi lost the presidential race to Yoweri Museveni

Police detectives were on Wednesday afternoon denied access to the premises of the lead counsel in Mbabazi’s electoral petition, treat Muhammad Mbabazi .

A team of over five detectives who arrived at the office along Buganda road in Kampaal to ascertain what had taken place were not allowed to get into the offices as they were asked to stay away by one of the partners to Mbabazi.

“If you failed to secure us and the property at night, more about then what else do you want to offer to us?”asked an unidentified female partner to Muhammad Mbabazi.

He asked them to try their services elsewhere.

Thugs smashed the door to access the lawyer's office

Thugs smashed the door to access the lawyer’s office

The detectives tried to plead so they could be left to do their job but all fell on deaf ears.

They were later seen exiting the place.

Two computers and a laptop were among property stolen.

Mbabazi has since ruled out taking the matter to policedue to lack of trust in the institution.
Presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi is Wednesday afternoon expected to visit offices of his lawyers which were raided by unknown thugs on Tuesday night.

Go Forward officials said Mbabazi is set to visit the two offices of Counsel Fred Muwema located off Acacia Avenue and Counsel Muhammed Mbabazi along Buganda Road (Wandegeya tail end) in a short while.

Muhammed has since accused police of breaking into his offices, help a claim authorities are yet to respond to.

On the other hand, information pills police dogs combed Muwema’s offices for clues into the break-in.

A detailed press conference will take place at the Go-Forward Secretariat at Nakasero Road Plot 29 thereafter.

Mbabazi hired the affected law firms to represent him in a case in which he is challenging the legality of President Museveni’s election victory at the Supreme Court.

The case kicked off on Monday.

Judges postponed the pre-hearing conference to allow Museveni’s lawyers respond to the amended petition.


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