Justice Musa Sekaana has today dismissed a case in which National Unity Platform (NUP) founder Moses Nkonge Kibalama wanted the transfer of the party to the leadership of Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine to be nullified.
The party spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi says the judge has dismissed the case and asked the complaints to compensate Kyagulanyi for wasting his time in the courtroom yet he has a campaign to sustain.
In a ruling that was delievered by email, Sekaana said: “The judicial review guidelines or rules equally provide for locus standi and this would have been the threshold before the applicants would seek to challenge actions of the party. It is an abuse of court process. This application is dismissed with costs to the respondents. So I order.”
More details on the verdict will follow as we update this story.