By Goodluck Musinguzi Pamela Mbabazi, Chairperson National Planning Authority Board was opposed by Chief Justice and Judiciary Top Brass for attempting to propose that they be placed under the Office of the President in terms of planning. Pamela Mbabazi and Pius Bigirimana disagree on independence of Judiciary in terms of …Read More »
Court of Appeal delivers 30 Judgments The Court of Appeal on Tuesday delivered 30 Judgments arising from its Criminal Session held at Mbale High Court last month. A panel of three Justices; Fredrick Egonda-Ntende, Cheborion Barishaki and Muzamiru Kibeedi delivered the Judgments in which they acquitted two persons who had …Read More »
UGANDA’S CHIEF JUSTICE BART KATUREEBE HAS RETIRED, LIKE HIS APPOINTMENT AND DEPARTURE, IT WAS A QUIET AFFAIR.
SOME ACHIEVEMENTS REGISTERED UNDER HIS TENURE By Goodluck Musinguzi Uganda’s outgoing Chief Justice Bart Katureebe was a quiet man to some yet a tough personality to some. He had a duty to perform as a Judicial Officer which could not please everyone. His appointment never attracted pomp like his retirement. …Read More »
The Chief Justice, Bart M. Katureebe, on Friday swore in four members to serve on different Commissions during a ceremony held at the Judiciary Headquarters in Kampala. The four included new Chairperson Education Service Commission (ESC) Rev Prof Samuel Abimerech Luboga, Vice Chairperson Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) Cox Ojuko Joel, …Read More »
UGANDA’S JUDICIARY IN SHAKE UP, CHIEF JUSTICE AND PRINCIPAL JUDGE LEAVING, WHO WILL REPLACE THEM. The third arm of government in Uganda is going through a transition that will shake it because the most two important offices are falling vacant. At least four senior judges of the High Court, including …Read More »