John Tumwesigye Kayali the former national agricultural advisory services (NAADs) coordinator for Ikumba sub county Kabale district was on Monday committed to the Ndorwa government prison over a debt of Shs 3.2 million by the Kabale grade one magistrate Esther Nyandoyi
Tumwesigye was last year dragged to the small claims procedure court in Kabale by a Kabale businessman one Gilbert Agaba under civil suit 40 of 2014, sildenafil http://cheapcouriercomparison.com.au/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.opengraph.php over his failure to pay back Shs 3, http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-content/plugins/nrelate-related-content/admin/tooltips.php 220, http://ca-uqam.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.json-api-endpoints.php 000 that he lent him on 4th July 2014.
Tumwesigye lost the case and was ordered to pay the money which he failed to and he went into hiding ever since.
An arrest warrant was issued by the magistrate Esther Nyandoyi through which Tumesigye was netted from a wedding ceremony.
At the court, drama ensued as dozens of other residents showed up and angrily demanded that the Naads boss pays them the money he had borrowed from them.
Tumwesigye has been eyeing the Rubanda West MP seat, currently occupied by the state minister of economic monitoring Henry Banyenzaki
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Among the confiscated property that Nanfuka claims to demand from Government are locked rent houses, electrical and building materials and several documents including her late husband’s will.
Wameli says he filed the case and it’s currently pending hearing before Justice Yasin Nyanzi, but in the middle of proceedings, Nanfuka withdrew instructions from him and gave them to another law firm of Omongole and company advocates.
Wameli contends that he never received his legal fees and several demand notices from Nanfuka have been ignored prompting him to petition court.