Bobi wine and NUP win the ‘bogus’ case
The High court has dismissed with costs the application filed against the National Unity Platform Party (NUP) owned by Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu saying it was filed out of time and under the wrong procedure.
Justice Musa Ssekaana ruled that Difas Basile and Hassan Twala some of the founders the National Unity Reconciliation and Development Party (NURP) who had filed the case should pay costs to Kyagulanyi and the Electoral Commission because they had no relevant grievance but just to make some quick cash.
The Judge observed that the Petitioners had to file this case within three months after 6th/June/2019 after the name change of NURP to NUP; but they filed the wrong case on 24th/August/2020 a year later.
NUP Party President Robert Kyahulanyi Ssentamu welcomes the court ruling with assured confidence for him now to be nominated to stand for presidency on 3rd November 2020, and describes this case as a bogus one.