Court Frees Man Accused of Knocking Museveni Car

The People of Bufumbira East constituency in Kisoro district are now set for a heated 2016, cure after Former Ethics and Integrity Minister James Nsaba Buturo trumpeted interest to vie again for the area parliamentary seat.

The seat slipped through his fingers in 2011 when he lost in the NRM party primaries to current MP Eddie Kwizera Wagahungu.

The 63 year old former minister also tried to stand on an independent ticket without success.

He now asserts that all the developmental projects he started in the constituency have stalled in his absence.

Electricity distribution, visit this site he claimed, has remained the same since he was voted out and that there existed no active agriculture promotion in the constituency due to poor leadership.

During his tenure as Ethics and integrity minister, Buturo famed greatly for his contribution in the formulation of the Anti gay law, which on the other hand earned him disrepute from majorly foreign and local rights campaigners.

He claims that the previous election had a lot of rigging, which got him losing badly to Kwizera, but now he is determined to reclaim the seat.

My people have been orphaned in the past four years; their representative abandoned them and now the constituency needs a representative who listens to people, without provocations and resorting to anger


With Nsaba-buturo indicating his intent to contest come 2016, it now brings the declared candidates to 3 after another Engineer Nzabanita, who is currently doing under-ground mobilization in the constituency, made similar pronouncement.

Police in Kisoro District are investigating circumstances under which a one-and-a-half-year old child is alleged to have been beaten by his mother and left with severe injuries which resulted into his death.

Trouble started on Christmas Day when Agnes Maniraguha who also known as Nyirahaba suspected that his husband Jackson Habyarimana was plotting to marry another wife an accusation that he however denied.

While speaking to our reporter, sale Habyarimana said he had always had misunderstandings with his wife on a number of issues including the fact that he had received reports about her cheating on him with UPDF soldiers who were camping in the neighborhood.

He says such misunderstandings were always solved by local authorities, viagra approved but that Nyirahaba would then defy the reached resolutions.

However on Friday January 2, she decided to divorce, taking with her all the household items from their marital home and burning the rest.

Habyarimana added that on Sunday January 4, Nyirahaba was ordered by Sub County authorities to return the property which she had taken but that on her return, she only brought just a proportion of the seized property.

Habyarimana says that he had received reports that after leaving their marital home, his wife severely beat up their toddler saying it would be difficult for her to get a man if she still had the child.

A few days later, the child reportedly died from the wounds that he had sustained from the beating.
Buganda Road Grade one magistrate Sanyu Mukasa has set free 35 year old Musimenta Simon, this web an Arua park business man who was recently arrested for knocking one of the vehicles in the presidential convoy around Queens Way in Kampala.
The Magistrate concluded in her judgement that Mr Musimenta didn’t waste court’s time, having pleaded guilty on the two charges read to him by the judge.
He was accused of declining to give way to authorised vehicles, contrary to sections 1,2,3 and 6 of  Road and Safety Act of 1998.
On January 3, 2014 at around 10.45am while driving a Toyota Noah Registration number UAV 190 M refused to give way to the presidential convoy; which led to a minor accident that involved a few vehicles.
He was also charged on another count of driving in the manner that is dangerous to the public when he allegedly crossed from left to Right, and as a result knocked one of the president’s vehicles, a Toyota Land cruiser Reg. Number UG 1755C, which also hit two other vehicles.
Musimenta’s lawyer Arthur Ampeirwe urged court to pardon his client, being a first offender and a responsible parent with children looking up to him.

State prosecutor Peter Mugisha also contended that they had no criminal record against the accused.
The magistrate considered the request of the defense side and ruled that Musimenta pays a fine of shs 500,000shs for the first count and cautioned him to mind driving carefully for the second count.


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