Makerere Graduates Expose Corruption in Uganda’s Judiciary

KABALE – Graduates holding certificates in Administrative Law from Makerere University College of Education and External Studies have attributed lapses in Uganda’s judicial systems to corruption.

During the certificate award ceremony at Kabale District Headquarters in Kabale municipality, Balaba Atuhaire, Peace Kirabo, and Jovitah Niwagaba emphasized that corruption threatens the country’s judiciary, causing case backlogs at all court levels.

They highlighted the detrimental effects of soliciting bribes, leading to delayed justice and increased challenges in the legal system, ultimately undermining the rule of law and human rights.

Handing over certificates to 25 graduates who completed the three-month short course, Kabale District Inspector of Schools Wilberforce Nabasa urged them to apply their acquired skills in Administrative Law to address public grievances and enhance effective service delivery.

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Nabasa emphasized the importance of deploying their knowledge for community transformation through conflict resolution.

Judith Kiconco, the Kigezi Sub-region program coordinator for Makerere University College of Education and External Studies, expressed the university’s commitment to providing essential knowledge and skills for public servants, particularly in resolving public issues.

Kiconco affirmed Makerere University’s dedication to decentralizing services from the main campus in Kabale to ensure efficient service delivery, aiming to alleviate case backlogs in the courts.

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