Staff members at Supreme Court headquarters in Kampala will have to work from home following a directive by Chief Justice, Alphonse Owiny Dollo to close the premises over a number of reasons, among them; leaking of the roof, damaged furniture.
“The landlord has been duly notified to assess and rectify the defects. For these reasons, the top management of the Judiciary has decided, and I hereby direct that the supreme Court be closed as the premises undergo renovations and rectification of defects,” reads s
a May, 30 internal memo
“In the meantime, you are all advised to execute your work from home until further notice, Dollo said.
The registry and the Electronic Court Case Management Information System centre will remain open to the public handle case filing while judgments “may be delivered using virtual electronic means”.