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Retired Judge Mulenga is dead
Publish Date: Aug 29, 2012
Retired Judge Mulenga is dead
Retired Supreme Court judge justice Joseph Mulenga
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By Vision Reporter

Retired Supreme Court Justice Joseph Nyamihana Mulenga has died. Details about his death have not been established.

Information coming in has shown that he died Wednesday afternoon (today)

Who is Mulenga?
Justice Mulenga graduated from the London University with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) and was called to the English Bar by the Middle Temple Inn of Court.

He first worked as a Public Prosecutor in the Department of Public Prosecutions in Uganda, rising through the ranks from Pupil State Attorney to Senior State Attorney.

He later worked for some years as a legal practitioner in private practice. He has served as Minister of Justice and Attorney-General and also as a judge in the Supreme Court of Uganda.

In 2001 he began working as a Judge of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ).

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