Award winning human rights lawyer Isaac Ssemakadde of -Center for -Legal Brains Trust has congratulated City tycoon, philanthropist Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia upon a landslide win.
After years of endless battle in various courts of law in Uganda, the Bank of Uganda this week gave up against Sudhir and Meera Investments whom they had sued for allegedly fleecing Crane Bank Limited (CBL) of Shs397 billion which the Central bank wanted to be refunded and further took responsibility and willingness to pay costs of the appeal.
Counsel Isaac Ssemakadde Commends Dr Sudhir
Dr Sudhir Ruparelia, congratulations on your historic, hard-fought and well-deserved Supreme Court victory against the Bank of Uganda.
When no one dared to hold the shambolic and near-defunct Central Bank and its corrupt and crooked lawyers to account, you risked all by bringing to them “the mother of all battles”.
You withstood insult and innuendo, you ignored naysayers and doomsday prophets, and you focused on the basic principles of law and you have been vindicated.
This victory is not just yours. It is a landmark David v Goliath precedent, and an emphatic call to action, for all the down-trodden and citizens of goodwill, to muster courage and strike massive blows against all bullies in their respective spaces, in accordance with the law.
This cements your legacy as The Last Indigenous Banker, The Doyen of African Finance, Defender of the Rule of Law, Paragon of Patriotism, and Spearhead of Accountability.
We also congratulate your son Rajiv Ruparelia for effectively coordinating this mighty pushback effort, and thank you for
entrusting him with such an important task,
shouldered this and b your businesses did not need this battle; you shouldered this burden for Uganda, and especially the meek and less fortunate, for whom the protection of the law had become a myth.
Lastly, we congratulate your heavyweight legal team at Kampala Associated Advocates overseen by senior counsel Peter Kabatsi for articulating the case from high court to the supreme Court, with sublime adroitness and dexterity.
No one is above the law, not even Bank of Uganda or it’s Governor.
What a refreshing reminder!