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Wameri also told court that Kajubi’s conviction was based on evidence full of contradictions and that being a first offender; he was given a very big sentence.
State Attorney, Simon Peter Semalemba, however, disagreed with Wameri and instead said that Kajubi was behind the act and knew very well what was taking place.
He, therefore, asked court to dismiss this application.
Meanwhile, Court will deliver its ruling on this matter on notice.
Kato Kajubi in December 2013 filed a petition to the Court of Appeal challenging the life imprisonment which was given to him by Masaka High Court judge Justice Michael Chibita after convicting him of ritual murder.