Phiona Nabasa Wall, a legal officer for National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) wants to be president of Uganda Law Society. The gorgeous Phiona has joined at least five other lawyers who were nominated for the presidency ahead of the forthcoming elections. The elections of the new President, organized to be conducted under a secret ballot for the first time are scheduled to take place on 4th April during the society’s annual general meeting at the Imperial Resort Hotel in Entebbe town. The six candidates will embark on soliciting for support from members and the successful candidate is poised to replace the incumbent, Simon Peter Kinobe who, according to the society constitution, completed his two terms and will therefore not be eligible for contesting again. The candidates who submitted their nomination papers last week at the High Court include Nelson Walusimbi, Anne Karungi, Anthony Wameli Yeboa, Phiona Wall Nasaba, Rashid Ssemambo, and Bernard Oundo. Upon completing the first year term, according to the constitution, the President is automatically given another term. Phiona, accompanied by her campaigners jammed the court corridors, as she submitted her nomination papers. Anyone qualifies to contest for the presidency when he submits papers proving that he is a fully paid-up member of ULS and the East African Law Society. He or she should have been in practice for at least seven years and above and must have been cleared by the law council of no evidence of conviction of any offence for the last 24 months.