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IN BRIEF

By Vision Reporter

Added 13th October 2004 03:00 AM

Court okays
KAMPALA — The High Court judge, Okumu Wengi, on Monday permitted Cheborion Barishaki, a former commissioner in the Attorney General’s (AG) office, to open up a case against the Solicitor General, AG and the Minister for Justice, for unlawful interdiction.

Court okays
KAMPALA — The High Court judge, Okumu Wengi, on Monday permitted Cheborion Barishaki, a former commissioner in the Attorney General’s (AG) office, to open up a case against the Solicitor General, AG and the Minister for Justice, for unlawful interdiction.

Court okays
KAMPALA — The High Court judge, Okumu Wengi, on Monday permitted Cheborion Barishaki, a former commissioner in the Attorney General’s (AG) office, to open up a case against the Solicitor General, AG and the Minister for Justice, for unlawful interdiction. Barishaki said Lucien Tibaruha acted contrary to the law when he interdicted and stopped him from leaving the country unless permitted.

2 remanded
NAKAWA — The court on Tuesday remanded two people in Luzira Prison after they allegedly burnt houses. Jamada Ssali and Zainabi Naiga Biira of Najjanankumbi denied the charges before Chief Magistrate Margaret Mafabi.

Man asks
COMMERCIAL COURT — A Jinja businessman on Monday asked court to declare him bankrupt, saying he had no money to meet his debts. David Muzaale, the proprietor of Rita Tea Packers, was released from a six-month jail sentence after he failed to pay a sh11m debt.

Court stops
HIGH COURT — The court on Tuesday halted hearing of appeals of over 100 aggrieved workers of Uganda Revenue Authority regarding their recommendations for promotions and demotions. The applicants secured the order before the deputy court registrar Godfrey Namundi.

Appeal off
Court of Appeal — The court on Tuesday rejected a criminal application by Charles Harry Twagira, seeking permission to appeal to the Supreme Court to defend himself against criminal charges. Twagira, the managing director of Oil Seeds Ltd, is charged with embezzlement and theft.

Man charged
KAMPALA — The manager of 1000 cups, a coffee joint, was on Monday charged with assaulting an American client after she reportedly failed to pay sh1,000 as toilet user’s fee. Michael Kajumba allegedly assaulted Alicia Decker. He denied the charges before the magistrate.
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IN BRIEF

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