Court orders Ruhindi to respond to claims by Fire Masters

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High Court has ordered the Attorney General Fred Ruhindi to respond to claims by Fire Masters Ltd that government has refused to pay over 400mshs worth services of reinforcement in fighting a fire, they rendered to BAT (British American Tobacco) in January 2011. The service was rendered by Fire Masters to BAT following an emergency call made to them by Uganda Police Fire Brigade. According to the Company’s Sales Manager Alex Kalenge, on January 14th 2011 they received an emergency call by then Commander of the Uganda Police Fire Brigade ASP Simon Peter Musoke, asking them for reinforcement and back up firefighting services in respect of a fire out break at the British American Tobacco (BAT) ware house in Kyambogo Mukabya road. Now court registrar Festo Nsenga has signed the summons giving government 15 days to file its defense before Justice Yasin Nyanzi fixes a hearing date

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