BY Anthony Wesaka and Ephraim kasozi
A total of 238 witnesses have been linked to give evidence in the supreme court petition in which NUPs Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine seeks to nullify president Museveni’s January 14th victory.
Daily monitor has seen a cocktail of affidavits, written witness statements prepared by four parties in the Bobi Wine case.
There are 185 affidavits in defence of Musveeni’s victory, 53 witness statements in support of Bobi Wine’s case against Museveni, Electoral commission and Attorney General.
Some of the key witnesses include; ministers, security chiefs, polling officials, lawyers and members of parliament and a former presidential candidate.
All witnesses have written statements and forwarded them to court for consideration when the case kicks off later this week.
However the solicitor General Franks Atoke has questioned the integrity of 10 affidavits and branded them as forgery after a handwriting expert confirmed a mismatch of the signatures.
The affidavits with disputed signatures include one filed by Geoffrey Turyamusima, a lawyer on Bobi Wine’s legal team.
Some of the Witnesses for the NRM party include the secretary general kasule Lumumba, Minister Esther Mbayo among others.
Witnesses for Bobi Wine include; MPs Francis Zaake, Paul Mwiru, Gerald Karuhanga and Joseph Kabuleta, a former presidential candidate among others.
The attorney general has lined up the Chief of Defence forces Gen David Muhoozi and AIGP Edward Ochom as some of the witnesses.
The electoral commission has lined up number of witnesses including the acting secretary Alex Mulekwa.