Salim Saleh Daughter Wants Ex-Husband Mentally Examined
Esteri Akandwanaho, General Salim Saleh’s daughter has filed an application in court, seeking an order for her former husband Eng. Ronald Ndizeeye to be subjected to a psychiatric examination.
Esteri, though her lawyer of Kashilingi Rugaba and Associates on Tuesday asked the Nakawa Chief Magistrates Court to order for Ndizeeye’s medical examination as a result of his conduct.
“In the circumstances, we humbly seek that the matter be fixed and Your Worship proceeds to have the Respondent (Ndizeeye) undergo a mental psychological evaluation by a professional,” reads in part the letter.
Esteri filed for Divorce in 2017 at the High Court Family Division seeking sole custody of the three children.
Lady Justice Alexandra Nkonge Rugadya granted the Divorce petition, but ordered for joint custody of the children.
Unhappy with court’s decision, Esteri petitioned against the ruling.
The High Court referred her to Nakawa Chief Magistrates’ court and the Magistrate directed that the couple goes for mediation as is the practice for all Civil Matters.
Esteri says however that Ndizeye refused to participate in mediation and eventually the process collapsed.
She says in the meantime, her ex-husband has continued in an irrational and provocative manner, to visit their three daughters at school with strangers.
This she says is the reason she wants her former husband to undergo mental examination.
The letter was served to Ndizeye’s lawyers of Bowmans/AF Mpanga Advocates and they acknowledged its receipt on the same date.