weeks to consult his clients and file a reply. The court granted the adjournment. The affidavit in reply was sworn on the 12th January, 2011 by, Ms Joyce Lynn Kabutiti, a director of the second applicant.
On the 8th February 2011, counsel for the applicants filed a notice in this court to examine a witness, namely, Molly Kyalikunda Turinawe on her affidavit in support of the application which was sworn on 13th October, 2010. When the application came up for hearing on 9th February 2011 counsel for the respondents stated
that the notice was too short as it had been served on them on the previous day. The deponent was not available for cross examination. He applied for an adjournment. The learned Justice adjourned the hearing to 3rd March 2011.
On 3rd March 2011 counsel for the applicants applied to rely on a supplementary affidavit by one Richard Mwebembezi a partner in Bamwe & Co. Advocates who are the applicants’ counsel. The court record of Civil Appeal No. 18 of 2009 was annexed to the supplementary affidavit as annexture A.
Counsel for the respondent applied to examine Ms. Kabutiti on her affidavit in reply. The learned Justice allowed the supplementary affidavit and counsel’s application to cross-examine Ms Kabutiti.
Molly Kyalikunda was cross- examined by counsel for the applicants on her affidavit in support about a number of issues.