In a judgement read at the high court in presence of Kabaka's representatives and Male Mabirizi, court made the following pronouncements/orders.
1. Mabirizi application for a temporary injunction against the Kabaka where he sought to stop the operations of Buganda Land Board has been dismissed.
2.Court has held that; Mabirizi must pursue the matter he filed against the Kabaka as an individual, not as someone representing others like he had purported since he has not demonstrated to the satisfaction of court that he was asked by others to file the suit.
3. That Mabirizi, when pursuing the matter on his own, he must prove his allegations which he stated that; Kabaka is not a landlord, that he is negatively affected personally by the actions of Buganda Land Board , that Kabaka illegally forced him to get a lease.
4. Kabaka's lawyers have the right to represent him, not as Mabirizi had argued that they were not legally instructed to represent him.
5. Court further allowed Kabaka's affidavit, sworn by his attorney which Mabirizi had said was filed out of time to be entered on record.