Mulindwa v Lugudde (Election Petition Appeal No.14 of 2016) [2017] UGCA 126 (29 December 2017)

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Case summary
The court observed that the main contention in the appeal was the academic qualifications of the appellant. The court considered the situation of change of names and academic qualifications. The court observed that the respondent had not led evidence to prove that the qualifications belonged to another person and the appellant had proved his education and qualifications; and that the appellant had sworn a deed poll to prove his change of names. The court dismissed the appeal for lack of merit

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