Crime & Investigation

MP Kasibante Case Hearing For April 11


tadalafil geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Kintu explained that the adjournment is meant to buy the State more time to reply to the submissions which have been made by Kasibante’s lawyer, Peter Sebyuma.

It is alleged that Kaasibante and others committed these offences on May 16, last year while at Nakulabye where they held an unlawfully assembly and also incited violence leading to the damaging of a police vehicle’s windscreen.

Kasibante was charged with holding an unlawful assembly and denied bail by Mwanga II Court Magistrate, Suzan Abinyo, at the start of the year citing lack of enough time to process his bail.

However, he was later granted a non cash bail and set free.

His case has passed through many hands over time.


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