Business was paralyzed this morning at the City Square as police together with court bailiffs confiscated Pioneer Easy buses over debts.


The High court -execution division was ordered for the attachment of 26 buses belonging to pioneer Easy Bus Company for failing to clear over 152 million shillings being the worth of spare parts supplied to the company in 2013.

The order to attach the buses was issued by deputy registrar Muse Musimbi to bailiffs from Libra Auctioneers.

These led by Bonny Rwamukaaga proceeded to city square where they have sofar attached 16 buses and drove them to their parking lot in Nansana awaiting to be auctioned.

The bailiffs from Libra Auctioneers said they were acting on an attachment order issued on 10th April 2017 by His Worship Muse Musimbi, the High Court Registrar in charge of Bailiffs; for the attachment of 26 Pioneer Buses to cover a Shillings 151 million debt which city business man Charles Mushabe is owed by the bus company.


The company’s woes stem from a 2014 judgment given by Nakawa court ordering it to pay businessman Charles Mushabe 151 million shillings money worth spare parts he supplied to them on credit.

That since then and despite repeated demands; Pioneer Easy Bus Company has refused to pay prompting Mushabe to seek services of court bailiffs.