MINISTER KIIZA GIVEN LAST CHANCE TO APPEAR IN COURT
By Yosam Gucwaki
The state minister for Bunyoro affairs, Ernest Kiiza, has been given one more chance to appear in court for mediation or else the case proceeds in his absence.
Bunyoro Kitara Reparations Agency (BUKITAREPA) dragged Ernest Kiiza to the courts of law accusing him of uttering defamatory statements against BUKITAREPA.
Doviko Batwale, the chief coordinator BUKITAREPA says that Kiiza uttered defamatory statements against BUKITAREPA during the Bunyoro parliamentary caucus at Kolping hotel in Masindi noting that Kiiza tarnished BUKITAREPA people by calling them thieves who were collecting money from Banyoro claiming that they are fighting for their rights.
Batwale says that they dragged him to court to defend the statements he uttered but he has failed to appear before court noting that whenever he is served he doesn’t respond at all.
He added that Masindi grade 1 magistrate Mwesiga Dan today directed
that Kiiza will appear in court on the 20th February 2018.
Batwale also explained that Kiiza has dodged over ten times noting that now the duty to serve him has been left to court because he has failed to honor the sermons delivered by BUKITAREPA.
Source: www.mknewslink.com; a western Uganda news website.