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Jinja High Court releases interim order over Kakindu Stadium

By Donald Kiirya

Added 5th February 2016 03:00 PM

Kakindu stadium houses Kakindu Community Centre, Former Jinja Central Division offices, Kakindu House Club, Kakindu Stadium, Jinja Public library and a volleyball court.

Jinja High Court releases interim order over Kakindu Stadium

A view of Kakindu stadium

Kakindu stadium houses Kakindu Community Centre, Former Jinja Central Division offices, Kakindu House Club, Kakindu Stadium, Jinja Public library and a volleyball court.

AN interim order has been issued by the High Court in Jinja restraining Kirunda Mubarak, the Jinja Central Division L.C III chairperson from carrying out any activities at Kakindu stadium.

 

The order also restrains Kirunda's agents, servants, assignees or any person claiming through him (Kirunda) against using or occupying Kakindu Stadium but leave it vacant.

 

The order comes in after an application arising from Land civil suit no. 007 of 2016 was filed by the registered Trustees of the Indian Recreation Club against Kirunda Mubarak, the L.C III chairperson of Jinja Central division.

 

It was issued by his Worship, Byaruhanga Rwegyema Jesse, a deputy registrar, on January 28th, 2016 in the presence of the applicant's agents; Rajni Taylor the chairperson of the Indian Association of Uganda board of Trustees, Raojibhai Patel the chairperson of Indian Association Jinja and their counsel Moses Kiiza of M/S Angualia Busiku & Co. Advocates.

 

It was also issued in the absence of the Respondent/defendant (Kirunda) though duly served.

 

According to Moses Kiiza, a counsel of the registered trustees of the Indian Recreation Club, the application sought for orders that an interim order be issued staying and maintaining the suit land comprised on LRV 421 Folio 4 plot Nos. 17-27, Gabula road in Jinja, which is known as Kakindu Stadium.

 

Kakindu stadium houses Kakindu Community Centre, Former Jinja Central Division offices, Kakindu House Club, Kakindu Stadium, Jinja Public library and a volleyball court.

 

"The order restraining the respondent (Kirunda), his agents, servants and or any persons acting on his behalf or in his name from wasting, damaging, alienating, selling or committing any further act of trespass on the suit land pending the hearing and disposal of Misc. Application No. 21 of 2016 or until further orders of court is valid until March 28, 2016," Kiiza said.

 

The plaintiffs also claim for general damages for trespass and inconvenience and want Kirunda to pay to the plaintiffs profits being all the rent he has collected from the suit property from March 2014 until payment in full at a rate of sh10m per month and interest at a rate of 25% per annum from the date of judgment until payment is completed in full.

 

"Plaintiffs have also claimed for a permanent injunction restraining the defendant and his agents from interfering with the suit property to stop depositing murram on the suit property and constructing a pavilion there at, and committing any act of trespass," Kiiza stated.

 

He said the plaintiffs also claim for exemplary damages and also a cost of the suit.

 

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