Gulu high Court judge, Justice Mubiru Stephen has revoked a travel ban that was early put on MP elect for Arua municipality Kassiano Wadri.
Kassiano Wadri was arrested on Augusts 13, hours after holding their conclusive rallies head of the Arua by-election. He was nabbed along with Robert Kyagulanyi, Ntungamo Municipality MP Gerald Karuhanga, Jinja East MP Paul Mwiru, former MP Michael Mabikke, and 28 other, the group is battling with charges of treason and malicious damage of president’s vehicle.
And through their lawyers led by Busiro East legislator Medard Lubega Ssegona and Bugiri Municipality MP Asuman Basalirwa, 33 were on August 27 granted bail by Gulu high Court judge, Justice Mubiru Stephen.
However, Wadri was given stringent conditions which included staying away from his constituency in a period of three months for the community to recover from the chaotic scenes they witnessed unless Court authorizes him.
Through his lawyers, Wadri appealed against Court decision, contending that his people’s views are not represented in the August House since he can’t access them. He argued that the area is politically calm and worst worry he has never met his for voter to thank them when they made decisions and elected him to parliament.
Appearing Justice Mubiru , his plea was heard and cleared him to access Arua Municipality.
Despite standing on an independent ticket, Wadri is a member of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), the main opposition party in Uganda. He served in the 7TH , 8th and 9th Parliaments of Uganda.