The new Judiciary Chief Registrar, Sarah Langa Siu, shook up eighteen judicial officers and deployed the five registrars that were recently promoted by President Museveni.
The five registrars are Harriet Ssali, Godfrey Opifeni, Amos Kwizera, Samuel Emokor, and Susan Kanyange and they were on August 14 elevated from the rank of deputy registrar to registrar.
"The Chief Registrar has now deployed them, with immediate effect, to the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court Kampala, Registry of Planning and the High Court Commercial Division, respectively," the judiciary said in a statement.
"The other changes that will affect including six deputy registrars, three assistant registrars, and six chief magistrates, will be effective next week on September 14."
Tom Chemutai, formerly acting chief registrar, has been deployed to the Judicial Training Institute at Nakawa in Kampala.
Chief Registrar shuffles 18 Registrars, Magistrates pic.twitter.com/nCslqJ2Aqj— Judiciary Uganda (@JudiciaryUG) September 9, 2020
"The changes have been made in the interest of improving service delivery in the courts," said Langa, while announcing the changes on Wednesday.