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M7, EC Lawyers Oppose MUK Dons Joining in Petition; Court Decides Monday

9 Dons have been allowed to join in the electoral petition

Residents in Mbarara Municipality were treated to drama, case http://cntl-marseille.com/wp-admin/includes/update.php as two women claimed ownership of a one year old baby girl.

The case was reported at Mbarara Central Police Station on Friday by one Fiona Akankwasa, http://deltaalphapihonorsociety.org/wp-includes/class-wp-roles.php who claims that the toddler was stolen from her.

Judith Beingana, the known mother of the baby was summoned to the police station to give her version of the story.

The case however, turned dramatic as the two young women tabled contradicting proofs of motherhood.

Phionah Akankwatsa claims ownership of the same child

Phionah Akankwatsa claims ownership of the same child

Beingana told police that her baby was 15 months old while Akankwasa claimed that child was 17 months.

The latter testified that she produced the baby safely from the hospital, only to be told by doctors that the child has been stolen.

She said she had ever since tracked her child until recently when her investigations landed her on Beingana in Kijungu cell, Mbarara municipality.

The two women then exchanged profanities at the police stations as police officers watched in bemusement.

Police failed to resolve the matter and decided to call in for a DNA test which they said should start next week.

In a related development, police yesterday arrested another woman on allegations that she stole a child from Mbarara Referral Hospital.

Prossy Nabasa 20, a senior six student of Global High School was found with the missing 2 year old baby who was picked from the regional hospital the previous day.

Prossy is said to be mentally challenged

Prossy is said to be mentally challenged

Prossy stole the baby from Mukyala Kulusumu when the mother had gone out to buy food.

However, according to the caretaker of the girl, Pastor Levi Mugyenyi of the Kijungu Pentecostal Church, Prosy has been suffering from mental illness for more than two years.

 
Residents in Mbarara Municipality were treated to drama, page http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-includes/class-wp-http-streams.php as two women claimed ownership of a one year old baby girl.

The case was reported at Mbarara Central Police Station on Friday by one Fiona Akankwasa, physician http://corepr.pl/old/wp-includes/class-wp-http-response.php who claims that the toddler was stolen from her.

Judith Beingana, information pills the known mother of the baby was summoned to the police station to give her version of the story.

The case however, turned dramatic as the two young women tabled contradicting proofs of motherhood.

Phionah Akankwatsa claims ownership of the same child

Phionah Akankwatsa claims ownership of the same child

Beingana told police that her baby was 15 months old while Akankwasa claimed that child was 17 months.

The latter testified that she produced the baby safely from the hospital, only to be told by doctors that the child has been stolen.

She said she had ever since tracked her child until recently when her investigations landed her on Beingana in Kijungu cell, Mbarara municipality.

The two women then exchanged profanities at the police stations as police officers watched in bemusement.

Police failed to resolve the matter and decided to call in for a DNA test which they said should start next week.

In a related development, police yesterday arrested another woman on allegations that she stole a child from Mbarara Referral Hospital.

Prossy Nabasa 20, a senior six student of Global High School was found with the missing 2 year old baby who was picked from the regional hospital the previous day.

Prossy is said to be mentally challenged

Prossy is said to be mentally challenged

Prossy stole the baby from Mukyala Kulusumu when the mother had gone out to buy food.

However, according to the caretaker of the girl, Pastor Levi Mugyenyi of the Kijungu Pentecostal Church, Prosy has been suffering from mental illness for more than two years.

 
The Supreme Court will on Monday make a ruling on whether to grant amicus curiae to the 9 law lectures seeking to join in the petition in which Hon Amama Mbabazi is challenging the 2016 election results .

“Court will make a legal ruling on whether to grant amicus curiae first thing on Monday, pill http://chipinhead.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-render-endpoint.php ” said Chief Justice Bart Katureebe.

The applicants include; Oloka Onyango, ailment Sylivia Tamale, viagra sale Christopher Mbazira, Ronald Naluwairo, Rose Nakeyi, Busingye Kabumba, Daniel Ruhweza, Kakungulu Mayambala and Daniel Ngabirano.

All respondents to the petition; Museveni, Electoral Commission and the Attorney General submitted in consensus against court’s granting of amicus citing partialities of some of the applicants.

“I pray that the applicants are not allowed the amicus because they are not friends of the court as they claim. The applicants are biased against the 3rd respondent for failure to make electoral reforms,” said Mwesigwa Rukutana the lead counsel to the petition.

Rukutana who doubles as Deputy Attorney General said that Oloka Onyango’s affidavit is evidence that he has biased interests especially where the latter cites failure of government to implement electoral reforms.

In the submission of Museveni’s lawyers, they made reference to NRM Secretary General Kasule Lumumba’s affidavit which quotes Kabumba (applicant) as having referred to Museveni as ‘a dictator in a suit’.

McDusman Kabega who represents the EC equally pointed out that parties to the application are biased and asked court not to consider it.

Respondent – Amicus are supposed to be confined to law and are not allowed to adduce evidence. They can file affidavits.

However, Robert Kibuka and David Sempala who represent the applicants told court that their clients would make a significant contribution to the petition, given their expertise in constitutional law.

They also questioned failure of previous court recommendations to be implemented by government and its implications to the 2016 elections.

“The issue at hand is whether the past actions influenced the circumstances that preceded the 2016 elections. I pray that amicus is granted considering that an election is a process not an event,” said Kibuka.

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