The Chief magistrate’s court in Rukungiri yesterday dismissed a case in which Betty Bamukwasa Muzanira, order malady http://charadas.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-media-v1-1-endpoint.php the Forum for Democratic Change candidate for the Rukungiri woman MP seat was seeking a vote recount having lost to NRM
Muzanira through her lawyer Ambrose Ainembabazi had asked court to order the recount in three sub counties of Nyakishenyi, rx http://debiontheweb.com/wp-content/plugins/podpress/podpress_feed_functions.php Nyarushanje, http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/pomo/translations.php and Nyakagyeme.
In places like Rushasha, Bufunda, Omurutooma, Kashenyi, Catholic Church, Ihimbo and Rushasha she claims, some ballot boxes arrived empty at the tally centers.
Indeed Pius Ahimbisibwe the Rukungiri district returning officer confirmed this before the court.
The court as a result Magistrate Rutakirwa dismissed the case noting there was no way he would order recounting of ballots that were not in their boxes.
The complainant was ordered to pay Shs 400,000 in costs to the winner Winfred Matsiko and 200,000 to the court.
Candidate Muzanira while speaking to the press at the Rukungiri court after the case said she would appeal the judgment.
Travelers and people working around the City Square in the middle of Kampala were thrown into panic when they stumbled upon a suspicious brown bag abandoned on a pavement.
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Police’s bomb squad arrived soon afterwards and by publication time was still examining the contents of the bag.
Meanwhile it has emerged that two similarly suspicious bags were found in downtown Kampala.
These were reportedly found packed with stones and a letter to President Yoweri Museveni about the just concluded presidential elections.