Sunday, October 13, 2019
Court of Appeal to Deliver a Ruling on Kato Lubwama’s Election Case

The Court of Appeal in Kampala this morning set to deliver a ruling on the appeal filed by Lubaga South MP Hon Paul Kato Lubwama, challenging High Court’s decision to grant Habib Buwembo chance to file an election petition out of time.

On 5th January 2017, High judge Justice Margaret Ouma Oguli granted permission to Habib Buwembo, — one of the residents of Lubaga South who protested Lubwama’s election process — to file an election petition against the MP out of the stipulated time frame.

In his appeal, however, Lubwama challenged the procedures which were used by Justice Oguli in extending time with in which an Election petition must be filed.

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