Court has adjourned a case in which Moses Kibalama and Paul Ssimbwa conflict over ownership of NUP

  • Simon Nyakoojo
  • September 19, 2020
  • Political

Court has adjourned a case in which Moses Kibalama and Paul Ssimbwa are to answer about the real owner of the National Unity Platform (NUP), a party headed by Bobi Wine after two men claiming its ownership and want it de-registered.

According to reports reaching our desk, the court case that was filed in by the founder of NURP that has since changed to NUP after he agreed to sale it to Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu as the presidential hopeful people power founder increases his hopes of appearing on the ballot paper come 2021 in the general elections.

Its alleged that Bobiwine and his people power pressure group ha reached an agreement worh staggering $5 million equivalent to UGX18BN and Mr Kibalama has since told media via a video that was making rounds on social media that Bobiwine had failed to clear the fee and thus wanted to reclaim his party back.

The case will be heard again in court at a later date.

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