It was noted that the accused represented himself as the registered proprietor of the said property well knowing that he had sold it to Joshua Mukisa. In his statement, the accused testified that he had told the complainant that there was an attempted sale but it did not succeed, this was evident that his statement was false.
The appellant court found that there was a false representation, manifest by words, writing and description.
The trail court further stated that the sentence that had been imposed was neither harsh nor excessive, thus it could not interfere with the decision of the trail court.
The appeal was accordingly dismissed.