Boda-Boda 2010 patron Abdullah Kitata's advocate Jimmy Muyanja who was expelled from the General Court Martial for misconduct has taken the Attorney General to High court seeking compensation for his infringed rights and embarrassment.
Jimmy Muyanja was on Tuesday last week warned by General Court Martial chairman Lt. Gen Andrew Gutti never to appear before him, Gen. Guti accused him of banging a table in the middle of a hearing.
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Muyanja who however denies banging the table contends that this is a violation of his profession right to practise as a licensed advocate since Gen Gutti never accorded him an opportunity to defend his actions.
Muyanja also accuses Gen Gutti of acting in excess, by losing his composure and using irate and abusive language towards him something that degraded him before his client.
He now wants orders compelling the Attorney General to reverse the orders of his employee (Gutti) permanently banning him from representing his client -Kitatta who is battling charges of being in unlawful possession of firearms and Military gear before the Army Court.
Muyanja says that unless Gutti 's order is reversed, his client will miss the services of an experienced advocate who attended his bar course from Tanzania.
Muyanja says he was instructed by Kitatta because of his ability to speak and understand the Swahili language that is commonly used in the General Court Martial.
His case has been allocated to Justice Musa Sekaana for hearing.