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Prosecution alleges that Buyinza, on December 11, 2011 at Mugenyi Flats Makerere University, Kampala, attempted to cause the death of his wife, Hanifa Nakiryowa.
Nakiryowa, during her testimony before the Chief Magistrate of Buganda Road Court, Olive Kazaarwe, said she had filed a case at Old Kampala Police Station, accusing her husband of threatening her life after a two-month separation.
At the time of the attack, Nakiryowa was the monitoring and evaluation officer at the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council — UNICEF partnership programme.
She said her husband (Buyinza) then lured her into his house by persistently demanding that she goes to pick her children.
On reaching the house, Nakiryowa knocked at his estranged husband’s door without any response.
“I continued knocking, until a person found me standing by the doorway and poured some liquids onto my face,” she narrated.
Buyinza, 40, is a lecturer of economics attached to the Department of Economic Theory and Analysis at Makerere.
He is facing charges of attempted murder.
Nakiryowa told Court that she had been forced to leave their marital home after the two had a misunderstanding and that she was at the time of the attack staying with a relative.
Nakiryowa, together with her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter – Zurahiya Buyinza – were admitted at Mulago Referral Hospital after sustaining several burns.
Buyinza, however, denied the accusations.
He said although they had a misunderstanding, he wanted his wife (Nakiryowa) to return home and had no knowledge of the possible acid attack.
Nakiryowa, who had been in the marriage for seven years, has lost her eyes and nose due to the acid attack on her.