Martin Stephen Egonda-Ntende
Martin Stephen Egonda-Ntende is a Ugandan judge. He is the Chief Justice of the Republic of Seychelles. He was sworn into his new post on Friday, August 21, 2009 at State House in the Seychelles capital city, Victoria Prior to that he served as Acting Justice of the Supreme Court of Uganda. He was also involved in the setting up of an independent judiciary in East Timor, where he served as a judge of the Court of Appeal. Mr. Egonda-Ntende lectured Law at Makerere University in Uganda and was the chairperson of the Law Reporting Committee of the Judiciary in Uganda. He also has extensive experience in dealing with matters of drug trafficking while working as a judge in the United Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).