Bobi Wine Asks The Chief Justice Of Uganda To Sideline Himself From The Election Petition Hearing.
Nairobi Kenya, 17th February 2021.
The National Unity Platform (NUP) Party leader Bobi Wine has asked the Chief Justice of Uganda Owiny Dollo to sideline himself from the Presidential election petition that was filed at the supreme seeking to challenge dictator Museveni's win.
This comes after the chief justice held a meeting with Museveni amidst the hearing and determination of the case which now puts no trust on the judiciary as the CJ do have interest's in the case and he is also a long time friend of Yoweri Museveni.
The chief justice Owiny Dollo also served as a lawyer to Museveni in 2007 elections petition and he was also a member of the NRM cabinet under Museveni, therefore he is not fit to hear and rule on the election petition as he do have direct link's and relations with Museveni.
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