By Sania Babirye
Three employees of Kabira Country Club Bukoto brunch including an Indian National have been remanded to Luzira prison over forgery of guests receipts.
They include 31 year old Patel Mitesh a cashier, 33year old Pascal Wasswa a bell boy and a 26 year old Abdul Ali Mason a receptionist.
This is after a one Sakil Gauchan a duty manager at the said club filed complaint at police accusing the three of also stealing his 200,000shillings.
The have been a reigned before City Hall Court grade one magistrate Valerian Tuhimbise who read to them the charges but did not take plea because there was no state prosecutor present in court.
They have further been remanded until the 5th of February 2020 when they will be able take plea.
Prosecution states that the trio on the 28th of December 2019 at Kabira country club Bukoto forged a receipt and uttered it to a guest.
According to the documents in court, the receipts in the club’s cash book were showing 50,000shillings whereas the receipt issued to the guest was showing 250,000shillings.
Hearing of the case in which Kampala Tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia filed against DFCU bank will finally kick off on the 3rd of April 2019 after numerous flopping due to a lack of a judge .
This is after commercial judge Paul Gadenya accepted to preside over the case and set the date following an earlier decisions by both the head of the commercial court David Wangtusi and his deputy declining to preside over the case.
Justice Wangtusi was the second judge to excused himself from trying the case in which Sudhir Ruparelia wants Sebalu & Lule advocates to not represent DFCU Bank against him.
Justice Wangtusi become the second judge to withdraw himself from the same case after his deputy justice Jane Elizabeth Alidviza also excused herself from the same case and sent the case file back to justice Wangtusi on grounds that he was already handling cases related to the same file.
According to Sudhir who is the owner of the Crane management service Ltd , the lawyers can not represent DFCU Bank because of conflict of interest since the same lawyers had represented him before and can not turn around and represent his opponent DFCU bank .
Sudhir says the same lawyer can not represent him in one case and then represent his opponent in another case because confidential information that was exchanged and discussed between them will be prejudiced in relation to the dfcu matter.
Sudhir is seeking an order stopping the law firm from representing DFCU bank
Crane management service ltd dragged DFCU bank to court accusing it of failing to clear rent arias amounting to 2.9 billion Uganda shillings.