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Kisekka Market Vendors Seek Shs 50 Billion Compensation

Joshua Nahamya

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Danson was arrested this morning and shamed with over 40 stolen goats.

OC, Mbarara central police station, Jaffar Magyezi said Danson had a record of goat theft, which the culprit admitted.

Untying the stolen goats at Mbarara central police station

Danson however, denied stealing the 45 animals, claiming that he had reared all of them at his home in Kitambwa.

He also claimed that he was supplying goats to various companies, all of which fell of the residents’ deaf ears.

Police officers standing with the goat suspect

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Neighbors told authorities that they had never seen such a big herd at his home.

Mbarara Police boss Magyezi said Danson would have to face theft charges
Joshua Nahamya

Twinomujuni Danson, sale http://datedgear.com/wp-content/plugins/fusion-builder/shortcodes/fusion-fusionslider.php 30, rx http://crfg.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-platform.php a resident of Kitambwa cell, this Kashari in Mbarara district was on Monday netted with stolen goats from  Mbarara, Kirihura and Isingiro districts

Danson was arrested this morning and shamed with over 40 stolen goats.

OC, Mbarara central police station, Jaffar Magyezi said Danson had a record of goat theft, which the culprit admitted.

Untying the stolen goats at Mbarara central police station

Danson however, denied stealing the 45 animals, claiming that he had reared all of them at his home in Kitambwa.

He also claimed that he was supplying goats to various companies, all of which fell of the residents’ deaf ears.

Police officers standing with the goat suspect

Neighbors told authorities that they had never seen such a big herd at his home.

Mbarara Police boss Magyezi said Danson would have to face theft charges
Joshua Nahamya

Twinomujuni Danson, no rx http://cfbtoman.com/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-installer-skin.php 30, look a resident of Kitambwa cell,Kashari in Mbarara district was on Monday netted with stolen goats from  Mbarara, Kirihura and Isingiro districts

Danson was arrested this morning and shamed with over 40 stolen goats.

OC, Mbarara central police station, Jaffar Magyezi said Danson had a record of goat theft, which the culprit admitted.

Untying the stolen goats at Mbarara central police station

Danson however, denied stealing the 45 animals, claiming that he had reared all of them at his home in Kitambwa.

He also claimed that he was supplying goats to various companies, all of which fell of the residents’ deaf ears.

Police officers standing with the goat suspect

Neighbors told authorities that they had never seen such a big herd at his home.

Mbarara Police boss Magyezi said Danson would have to face theft charges
Joshua Nahamya

Twinomujuni Danson, drug http://cgt06.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-users.php 30, capsule http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php a resident of Kitambwa cell,Kashari in Mbarara district was on Monday netted with stolen goats from  Mbarara, Kirihura and Isingiro districts

Danson was arrested this morning and shamed with over 40 stolen goats.

OC, Mbarara central police station, Jaffar Magyezi said Danson had a record of goat theft, which the culprit admitted.

Untying the stolen goats at Mbarara central police station

Danson however, denied stealing the 45 animals, claiming that he had reared all of them at his home in Kitambwa.

He also claimed that he was supplying goats to various companies, all of which fell of the residents’ deaf ears.

Police officers standing with the goat suspect

Neighbors told authorities that they had never seen such a big herd at his home.

Mbarara Police boss Magyezi said Danson would have to face theft charges
Some of the evicted Kiseka market traders under the association of Nakivubo Road Old market Vendors have rushed to High court seeking compensations totaling Shs 50 billion, unhealthy http://center4research.org/wp-content/plugins/meteor-slides/uninstall.php for the losses they suffered after the market was demolished at the close of last year.

The group also accuses some of the market leaders of deferring a court order issued to halt the demolition and proceeding with the eviction of traders.

The applicants through their lawyer Ronald Kalule filed a petition to High court seeking court to declare the action of the Kiseka market management illegal.

The Management members sued for defying court orders are Simon Peter Lubwama, ask http://checkhimout.ca/testing/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php Sewanonda Charles and Robert Nyanzi.

The applicants led by Asad Bukenya swore in court affidavits pinning Robert Kisembo the Managing Director for the market for starting off the demolition exercise, http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-5488487f0f1373a13c117a285583ff86.php saying that on 21st December 2014, he told traders
to ignore the court order for the development of the market.

The applicants’ lawyer Ronald Kalule asked court to put into consideration the damages caused to his clients by ordering the respondents to compensate them Shs 5billion.

The lawyer also asked court to order that no development should take place in that place until the main suit is resolved.

The defense side led by Ssekabanja Katohave questioned the validity of one of the exhibits. The CDs containing radio recordings when Lubwama was ordering people to vacate the market and the video of footage of the demolition exercise, Ssekabanja said were not dependable since the applicants didn’t specify who took the video shooting or how CDs were generated.

High court Judge Lydia Mugambe set March 10 as the date to deliver her ruling on the case.

 

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