Controversial Serial Litigant Mabirizi Drags Gov’t To Court Challenging Police Ban on Bobi Wine’s mobilization Tours

Lawyer Male Mabirizi has dragged the government of Uganda to court challenging the recent ban by police on the mobilization tours by the National Unity Platform party and its leader, Robert Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi Wine.

In a suit filed in the Mbale High Court, Mabirizi says the ban by police in a statement signed by the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj Gen Geoffrey Katsigazi Tumusiime is illegal and therefore court should issue an order overturning it.

“The above directives were not just a breach of procedure, but an irrational affront to the very essence of the Uganda Police Force,” Mabirizi thunders in righteous indignation, making clear his intent to topple this perceived injustice.

In a September salvo, Maj Gen Katsigazi roared his disapproval, alleging that Kyagulanyi and his NUP disciples cavalierly spurned the guidelines set forth by the police.

“While we champion the right to peaceful assembly and expression of public views, it’s evident that in all corners where NUP’s mobilization drums have resounded, there’s been a blatant flouting of our rules,” Maj Gen Katsigazi declaims with unwavering resolve.

He pointed a damning finger at Kyagulanyi, accusing him of inciting chaos, fanning sectarianism, and peddling defamatory daggers at President Museveni’s person.
“In light of these egregious violations, NUP’s activities stand suspended. This proclamation follows our earlier communication to NUP leadership, putting the brakes on their mobilization and office openings until they pledge fealty to the law,” Maj Gen Katsigazi thunders, determined to quash any spark of rebellion.

In the crucible of the High Court, Mabirizi’s voice reverberates, painting the police’s actions as a tragic comedy of errors, a mockery of legality that must be unmade by the court’s august hand.
“Let this court, in its wisdom, issue a decree of prohibition and an eternal injunction, barring the Inspector General of Police and any underlings from meddling further in the political and civic pursuits of our citizens,” Mabirizi implores with the fervour of a preacher.

He stakes his claim as a sentinel of Uganda’s governance, the keeper of its rule of law, and the guardian of its vanishing political freedoms, demanding not just justice, but a reckoning.

And so, the stage is set for a legal saga of Herculean proportions, where Mabirizi, the indomitable champion of justice, seeks not just restitution, but a clarion call for the very soul of Uganda’s political landscape. The echoes of this courtroom battle will resonate far and wide, leaving an indelible mark on the annals of the nation’s history.


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