Judiciary Interdicts Registrar Nzeyimana

The Acting Chief justice Hon Aliphonse has ordered  interdiction of Deo Nzeyimana, the Deputy Registrar for Execution and Baillifs Division of High court for working against Judiciary’s operational guidelines

Nzeyimana is accused of passing an ex-parte order for execution in a period when execution proceedings had been suspended and without the knowledge of the other parties involved.

“Therefore in accordance with Regulation 25(I) of Judicial Service Commission (JSC) regulations, I am interdicting you and forwarding you to the Judicial Service Commission for disciplinary action,” reads part of the interdiction order.

This is contained in the letter dated 29th June 2020, signed by Acting Chief Registrar Tom Chemutai.

Nzeyimana is being accused among others of “Producing poor standard of work contrary regulation 23(c) of Judicial Service Commission regulations 2005 and conducting yourself in a manner prejudicial to the image, dignity and reputation of the service contrary to regulation 23(a) of Judicial service regulation 2005.”

In the same letter, Nzeyimana was ordered to hand over all government property and all court files to the Registrar of High court in accordance with Section F- d of the public service orders.

He is also restricted from moving out of Uganda without permission of the Chief Registrar.

During this period, he will be subjected to half pay.

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