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Kalungi, his lawyer, Nsubuga Mubiru and relatives were already at court waiting for the magistrate’s arrival only to be told by a court clerk that she could not make it.
Kalungi appeared calm and relaxed even after the adjourning of his case.
A few minutes later, he was led back to Luzira maximum prison amid tight security.
Kalungi, an alleged close associate to the departed legislator, was arrested from his hideout in Mombasa in January following the death of the latter.
The Kenyan authorities later handed him over to their Ugandan counterparts in eastern Uganda.
The government alleges that Kalungi is a “known peddler” of drugs, and that its toxicological tests established there were traces of heroin, cocaine, and alcohol in Nebanda’s body samples.
Nebanda passed away in December under unclear circumstances, prompting some of the Members of Parliament to point fingers at the government.
Angered by the accusations it said were groundless, government arrested some legislators and renowned city pathologist Sylvester Onzivua. They were later released.
It remains unclear why Kalungi is yet to seek bail as his suspected accomplices.