Kampala socialite and businessman, Andrew Desh Kananura might have won the murder case that had been brought against him but that wasn’t the end of his woes.
Court recently ordered him off part of Naguru land on which Panamera Bar is located after it was found he had encroached on someone’s land.
However, Desh has vowed not to let go of the land and says he is to appeal the decision of the High Court.
“Panamera or I are not going anywhere. I will defend my property with all I have and all I can so guys ignore. We wait what three judges or seven at Supreme Court will have to say!!! No need for excitement,” he vowed.
Events promoter, Balaam Barugahara has since advised him and says “beef up your legal team with land expert counsel Yusuf Nsibambi at Court of appeal. That land was a swamp you have spent over US $4 million to make it usable people should go and claim for empty land in Masindi.”
The ruling came barely three months after Kananura had exited Court after close to six year battling the case of murdering of his former employee, Badru Kateregga whom he is accused of beating to death over accepting a tip of Shs30, 000 from a customer.
Desh and his brother was acquitted of the murder in April by High Court judge Joseph Murangira but the decision was appealed by the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) on grounds that the judge had failed to evaluate evidence on record and hence made a wrong decision.