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Enough IS Enough: Chief Justice Katureebe Retires After Expiry Of His Contract

Enough IS Enough: Chief Justice Katureebe Retires After Expiry Of His Contract

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By Keefa Nuwahereza Hon. Justice Bart Katureebe on Friday June 19, 2020 retired from the position of Chief Justice following the expiry of his contract. Justice Katureebe had served in the position since 2015 when he was appointed by President   Yoweri Museveni and despite having he capability and credibility to push on, he decided to seek another term in office. Statement from the Judiciary about Chief Justice Bart Katureebe's retirement A statement from the Judiciary about his retirement reads in part thus;   Justice Bart Katureebe's Last Day As Chief Justice THE JUDICIARY Plot 2, The Square High Court Building P. O. Box 7085, Kampala Uganda. Today (Friday June 19) is Justice Bart Magunda Katureebe's last official working day as Chie...
Gen. Tumukunde To Rot In Jail After Chief Justice Suspends Court Business

Gen. Tumukunde To Rot In Jail After Chief Justice Suspends Court Business

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By Keefa Nuwahereza Lt. Gen. Henry Tumukunde, who was early this week remanded to Luzira prisons until March 30, 2020, is likely to rot in prison together with other remandees, after the Chief Justice Bart Katurbee suspended all court proceedings due to the Cronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. According to a Circular issued by the Chief Justice  dated March 19, 2020, there will be no court business until after the 32-day COVID-19 Curfew declared by President Yoweri Museveni elapses. That means that all suspects on remand shall not be brought to court until at least after April 22th,  or thereafter. Hence Gen. Tumukunde  who was supposed to appear in court on March 30th for his bail applicants will have to wait it out until the next convenient court sitting. Circular f...
Former Supreme Court Judge Prof. Kanyeihamba Passes On

Former Supreme Court Judge Prof. Kanyeihamba Passes On

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By Keefa Nuwahereza Controversial former Supreme Court judge Justice George Kanyeihamba has passed away Friday evening. Prof.Kanyeihamba passed away at a city health facility according to family sources.Although it is not yet clear what killed Prof. Kanyeihamba, family sources reveal that he succumbed to a longtime bout of cancer. Kanyeihamba did not have kind words for government especially ever since armed raided the High Court and rearrested treason suspects  that had been granted bail. Kanyeihamba was appointed a member of the Supreme Court of Uganda in 1997 and retired in November 2009. Previously, he served as minister of commerce, minister of justice, and attorney general, all in President Yoweri Museveni's administration. He held a Ph.D. in law from the Uni...
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