https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8135.mp3?cb=1667991052.mp3 This story is about 70-year-old Lusiya, a widow and mother of three children aged between 18 and 26. Her husband died intestate in 2006
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8132.mp3?cb=1667990150.mp3 Joshua approached JCU Mukono claiming that his mother (Namusisi) passed on intestate in 2001, and she was survived by four children. He further claimed
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8127.mp3?cb=1667382338.mp3 The complainants approached JCU Mukono claiming that they are biological children to the late Kasozi who passed away in 2021 and left behind a
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8123.mp3?cb=1667296421.mp3 The complainant Nadia approached JCU Mukono claiming she’d been in a cohabiting relationship with Kibirige and they have four children the last one being
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8120.mp3?cb=1667296064.mp3 This is a family matter where the client’s in-laws upon the death of her husband, took over her property and sent her away with
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8117.mp3?cb=1667295564.mp3 Frank (deceased) had one wife Racheal and another woman (Prossy) whom he had cohabited and had children with. Racheal is a widow who was
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8114.mp3?cb=1667295203.mp3 This story involved a widow whose in-laws and clan leaders attempted to divide property already given to her & her daughters. Lusiya, a 65-year-old
https://justicecentres.go.ug/wp-content/uploads/speaker/post-8111.mp3?cb=1667294835.mp3 Ben walked into JCU Fort Portal offices complaining that he supplied sukali gulu (Molasses) worth UGX. 1,580,000 on credit to the respondents in 2021.
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