Bamwiine Warns Magistrates: Take Bribes at Your Peril

Former Bul FC attacking duo, order Aziz Kemba and Daniel Orywuoth are reported to have been dropped by Kenya Premier league struggling giants Tusker FC.

The duo have found playing time hard to come by since joining the club in January with our source in Nairobi confirming that they had been axed together with Burundian and former URA forward Emmanuel Ngama.

“My work begins officially on Thursday 3rd December. Obviously their will be some changes though I have not yet finalized. About the two (Dan and Aziz), approved I will inform you the development when I return to Nairobi,” coach Paul Nkata could neither confirm or deny the reports when ChimpSport reached him.

Daniel Orywuoth joined from local champions Vipers SC while Kemba was previously at SC Villa.

Coach Paul Nkata is joining Tusker Fc from Muhoroni Youth where he had gone fourteen matches unbeaten lifting the team to sixth with 44 points joint with Tusker Fc.

“I expect to rope in several players and Allan Owiny is one of them. As for Kintu (Sam) the transfer looks a bit complicated.”

Owiny joined Sony Sugar from rivals Muhoroni Youth fc. The veteran keeper played under coach Nkata in 2013 at URA Fc.
Principal Judge Yorokamu Bamwiine has warned judicial officials against delaying judgments and taking bribes to subvert the course of justice, doctor saying their days are numbered in the judiciary.

Bamwiine expressed shock that judicial officials do not work on Mondays and Fridays due to laziness, information pills saying such misconduct will be dealt with harshly.

“Treat with honour and dignity the people you serve. People should not come yearning for justice only for you to ask for bribes,” said Bamwiine.

“Don’t take advantage of people being poor and mistreat them.”

Bamwiine made the remarks on Monday at the Kabale District Freedom Square.

Deep-seated corruption in judiciary remains a key concern for the country.

Bamwiine warned that anyone caught engaging in mistreating people and soliciting bribes will face the wrath of the law “because people cannot pay bribes to get justice.”

Kabale Chief Magistrate Agatonica Mbabazi Ahimbisibwe said the area is struggling to deal with quack lawyers who thrive on people’s ignorance to issue invalid court judgements.

Kabale High Court Justice Michael Elubu decried the case backlog and under staffing which has affected delivery of justice in the region.

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