Anti-Corruption Court Grade 1 Magistrate Julius Borore who has in recent years cut a niche of a no-nonsense judicial official, this http://daiviet.us/wp-includes/class-wp-http-response.php has warned that Marvin Baryaruha, viagra 40mg http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/sr_feuser_register/model/class.tx_srfeuserregister_data.php the interdicted Uganda National roads Authority (UNRA) Legal Counsel faces criminal summons if he falls short of appearing in court on August 11, information pills http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/taxonomy-product_cat.php Chimp Corps report.
Baryaruha is among six suspects in the Katosi road construction scam in which government lost a staggering Shs 24bn.
Prosecution told court on Tuesday that Baryaruha could not be produced to take plea but did not provide reasons.
Former Works Minister Abraham Byandala, 65, Eng Berunado Ssebuga Kimeze, 54, former UNRA Executive Director and Joe Ssemugooma, 54, former Acting UNRA Finance and Administration Director, Apolo Senkeeto, 45, businessman and Isaac Mugote, former banker Housing Finance Bank were arrested by police before being brought to the court in Kololo, Kampala.
Prosecution alleges that Baryaruha, between July and November 2013, while in performance of his duties as legal counsel to UNRA “manipulated the process of award of the tender and signing of the contract between UNRA and EUTAW Construction Company Inc (Eutaw) under procurement Ref number UNRA/WORKS/2009-10/00001/18/06 for the upgrading of Mukono-Kyetume-Katosi/Kisoga-Nyenga Road facilitating the payment of Shs 24,790,823,522) to Eutaw, a company which lacked the capacity to perform the contract, which act was prejudicial to the interest of his employer and the government of Uganda.”
Baryaruha also faces charges of abuse of office contrary to Section 11 of the Anti-corruption Act, 2009.
The State contends that between July and November 2013, while in performance of his duties as legal counsel to UNRA and in abuse of the authority of his office, “arbitrarily misadvised” UNRA during the procurement under ref. no. UNRA/Works/2009-10/00001/18/06 which led to the signing of the contract between UNRA and Eutaw for the Katosi road without completing due diligence and so facilitated the payment of Shs 24bn to Eutaw.
The third offence which Baryaruha will battle in court is corruption.
It is alleged between July 2013 and January 2014, while in performance of his duties as Legal Counsel neglected to professionally advise UNRA management in the procurement and management of contract for the upgrading of the road.
It is widely suspected that Baryaruha was among the key architects of the Katosi scam.
The UNRA board, chaired by Angella Kiryabwire in August 2014 kicked out Kimeze, Semugooma, Planning Director, Eng. David Luyimbazi, and Baryaruha, until investigations into the award of the controversial Katosi road tender were concluded.
The body would later cancel the contract with the shadowy EUTAW firm which had already received shs24bn for the upgrading of the 74km Mukono-Kyetume-Katosi-Kisoga-Ngenya road from gravel to Bitumen standard.
Enraged by the corruption at UNRA and being led by Byandala to launch the construction of the road by a ghost company, President Museveni, who appeared on a radio talk show where he warned that, “we will arrest those fools” – in reference to UNRA directors.
Addressing RDCs at State House Entebbe Museveni further said the Uganda National Roads Authority was “becoming a problem” and that despite the progress in the road infrastructure development across the country, the Authority that receives Shs. 1,700 billion per annum mainly for the construction of tarmac roads has nothing much to account for the funds it has been receiving.
UNRA is one of the products of the Roads Sector Reforms charged with establishing a robust administration for effective and efficient management of the national roads network.
Its work has been marred by allegations of corruption and delays on major contracts.
The Commission of inquiry into allegations of mismanagement, abuse of office and corrupt practices in UNRA is already underway.
Buganda road Chief Magistrate Lilian Bucyana has today dismissed an extra judicial statement recorded by Sekitto Alex back in 2013, visit web http://d4462130.u92.platformpublishing.com.au/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/templates/placeholders/eventcategoriesimages.php in which he confessed to have of poisoned Brigadier Kayanja.
Sekitto a nephew to the former Operation Wembley boss, http://creamiicandy.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php earlier this year told court that he made the statement out of coercion by police operatives.
Ssekitto informed high court that he was detained in safe house where he was tortured on a daily basis for over a period of two weeks.
State prosecution also failed to prove to court by bringing documents from the police station where the accused was being detained for the two weeks to disprove his allegation that he was being held in a safe house.
The magistrate advised state prosecutor Lilian Omara to adduce to court more evidence that the accused was involved in the poisoning of Brigadier Kayanja, web since this extra judicial statement was part of the evidence which the state had presented to court
Mr Serunjogi Ssali the defense counsel welcomed the court ruling as a major milestone. The case has been adjourned to 1st September.
On May 9th 2013 Ssekitto Alex Kayanja was charged before Buganda Road court chief magistrate Olive Kazaarwe with attempted murder
Prosecution alleges that on 16th January 2013 Alex Kayanja Ssekitto 30, a lawyer by profession and others still at large while at Mutundwe tried unsuccessfully to kill Brig Kayanja with poison.
In February 2013 Brig Elly Kayanja was admitted at Case medical center in Kampala and the experts reported that his blood contained poisonous substances
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Walusimbi opened the score sheet just in the third minute connecting Michael Olunga cross that had slipped Meddie Kagere to beat Malakia defence.
The left back-cum-winger was at it again twenty five minutes later with the second t seal Malakia’s fate. Malakia grabbed the consolation goal four minutes into the hour mark through Thomas Jacob Mathews from a long throw.
“The final is not going to be easy. It’s always good to get an early goal you settle down and play your game. Malakia was not an easy game they are good tactically but am happy we have won, this site ” coach Frank Nutall remarked after the game.”
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Walusimbi was called back to the team after shaking off an ankle injury that kept him out of the last two group stage victories. Fellow compatriot, Khalid Aucho and Burundian international Abouba Sibomana also returned to the first team after serving one match suspension from accumulated bookings.
Malakia’s Ugandan attacker Ssekabambe was introduced in the second half.
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A goal from Atif Khalid , second half substitute Osman Salahel in and a double from Amin Ibrahim was enough to send Sudanese Cecafa debutants, Al Khartoum into the semi finals of the regional showpiece at the expense of Rwanda giants APR Fc.
The Kwesi Appiah coached side, began the rout as early as the tenth minute and was three goals ahead at half time. Gor Mahia FC and Al Khartoum face off on Saturday 31st August and the winner will proceed to the finals to on Sunday.
Starting XI – Boniface Oluoch -GK, Aucho Khalid, Kagere Meddie, Walusimbi Godfrey, Eric Ochieng, Mohammed Musa (Cpt), Olunga Michael, Collins Okoth, Sibomana Abouba, Karim Nizigiyimana, Shakava Harun. Subs. Jerim Onyango -GK, Innocent Wafula, Wendo Ernest, Dirkir Glay, Odhiambo George, Ali Abondo, Enock Agwanda.