Reports reaching the media have it that the Uganda Chief Justice Mr. Alfonse Owiny Dollo has confiscated the a file that contained the ruling of presidential election that was filed by Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu who is popularly known as Bobi Wine.
The claims have been raised by the Supreme court judge Esther Kisakye who has accused the chief justice of taking away the ruling file to unknown place. The petition was filed by Bobi Wine who was battling it out with the incumbent president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on 14th January this year.
Bobi Wine was vying for presidency using National Unity Party (NUP) while president Museveni vied on National Resistance Movement (NRM). The elections were marred by illegalities and irregularities as the police officers and millitary soldiers are said to have influenced the election results.
In conclusion, the remarks of Judge Esther leaves a big question mark why the Chief Justice disappeared away with the file containing the presidential petition case.
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