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Law Body Investigates Maj. Mutale

By Vision Reporter

Added 19th July 2001 03:00 AM

The Uganda Law Society (ULS) is investigating presidential advisor Maj. Kakooza Mutale's involvement in the Mbarara ranch dispute between Maj. Gen Salim Saleh's brother-in-law Barnabuas Taremwa and James Mbabazi Katooto, with a view of prosecuting him.

The Uganda Law Society (ULS) is investigating presidential advisor Maj. Kakooza Mutale's involvement in the Mbarara ranch dispute between Maj. Gen Salim Saleh's brother-in-law Barnabuas Taremwa and James Mbabazi Katooto, with a view of prosecuting him.

By Grace Matsiko The Uganda Law Society (ULS) is investigating presidential advisor Maj. Kakooza Mutale's involvement in the Mbarara ranch dispute between Maj. Gen Salim Saleh's brother-in-law Barnabuas Taremwa and James Mbabazi Katooto, with a view of prosecuting him. The ULS president, John Matovu, who travelled to Mbarara on Tuesday to study the dispute, told journalists that the society was gathering evidence to prosecute Mutale over his illegal involvement in the wrangle. Mutale was nominated for a ministerial post, but declined and withdrew his name yesterday. Taremwa complained to the ULS. Mutale will be the first high ranking official to be prosecuted by ULS if they succeed. Taremwa had earlier told a news conference that president Yoweri Museveni should strike Mutale off the cabinet list because of his illegal activities. appointed minister. But Mutale says he intervened to avert a crisis, which had been precipitated by the parties in the conflict. Ends

Law Body Investigates Maj. Mutale

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