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SUPREME COURT JUDGE FAITH MWONDHA’S BROTHER DIES IN KIRINYA PRISON WHERE JUDGE JAILED HIM OVER LAND SAGA

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Mwondha Kalikwani in an old photo.

By Mulengera Reporters

Ceaseless wrangling over family land saw Mwondha Kalikwani, the only surviving biological brother to former IGG and now Supreme Court Judge Faith Mwondha, confined to imprisonment at Kirinya prison. Because he was diabetic, the Kirinya confinement escalated the frail health condition of Mr. Kalikwani who was also closely related to ex-Jinja Woman MP Ruth Tuma (RIP).

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Sociable Kalikwani was a diehard NRM cadre and his death has left many Basogas on social media appalled with many demanding for an end to land-related wrangling in the family of Justice Faith Mwondha. The family land over which wrangling remains ongoing is situated in the Nakabago neighborhood. The land wrangling is actually in court where Kalikwani (now deceased) and Justice Faith Mwondha are some of the protagonists.

As neighbors who for years closely lived with Mr. Kalikwani at Mama Kazoora’s building along Lubas Road continue reflecting on the jokes the late used to crack with them, some are wondering whether Justice Mwondha will have the guts to attend the burial of the man with whom she had been having a complex relationship.  One of the neighbors says that the day he was jailed is the day they knew Mr. Kalikwani (having been sickly) wasn’t going to live for long given his blood pressure and diabetic condition.

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A passionate lover of sports especially boxing, Kalikwani was the only surviving brother of Justice Faith Mwondha. Renowned for being a relentless fighter and one nobody ever steps on and gets away with it, Justice Mwondha is equally remembered for the vicious battles she sustained against former Jinja Mayor (now Ambassador) Mohammed Baswale Kezaala. Many knowledgeable Basogas on social media have spent much of this weekend praying for de-escalation of such conflicts and contradictions in their sub region. (For comments on this story, call, text or whatsapp us on 0705579994 [whatsapp line], 0779411734, 0200900416 or email us atmulengera2040@gmail.com).

 

 

 

 

 

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