KISORO COMMISSIONS RESIDENT STATE ATTORNEYS OFFICE
By Byamukama Libino
The Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) yesterday commissioned office premises for the Kisoro District Resident State Attorney worth 385 million shillings at Kisoro district head quarters to enhance judicial services in the district.
The commissioning was graced by a few dignitaries including Kisoro district LCV Chairman Abel Bizimana, Chief Administrative officer Hajji Badru Mayanja, Kisoro Court Chief Magistrate, among others.
In his speech, the Kisoro district LCV Chairman Abel Bizimana congratulated the resident state attorney for not only getting a well facilitated office but also being near court. He said that the office will be an opportunity for the people of Kisoro to easily access Resident state attorneys.
He commended a one innocent Sebutare who tipped him about the availability of funds in the judiciary to facilitate construction of DPP offices and the Kisoro district council that passed the resolution. He vowed to continue lobbying for his voters because they entrusted him through votes.
He said that the district is ready to give more land to other government agencies that have funds to develop them.
The Kisoro district Chief Administrative officer, Hajji Badru Mayanja congratulated the resident state attorney from the renting trauma. He expressed dissatisfaction over police reports in Kisoro that his office always alters cases provided to him in order to confuse exhibits.
He also advised that the resident state attorney should avoid court brokers who con money from court clients pretending to be court officials.
The Principal Assistant Secretary in the office of DPP, Denis Byaruhanga commended the Kisoro district leadership for offering land to DPP because it will save them a burden of renting offices. He noted that the DPP is considering having DPP offices constructed in all districts. He revealed that the current state attorney for Kisoro will be transferred to Kanungu Next week on monday.
The house was constructed by Bullmark Construction Company limited that was constructed in February last year. An official who represented the company noted that their completion period was delayed due to a few challenges that include covid-19 and delays from the CAO’s office.
He noted that the houses have three offices, a store and other rooms that make it able for the house to accommodate more than one officer.