Crime & Investigation

Karamagi-Nyombi Case Pushed to May

treatment geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The adjournment followed failure by the Prosecution to produce witnesses in the case where Karamagi is accused of attacking the Attorney General, Peter Nyombi.

The Attorney General himself was not present in court making the continuation of the case impossible.

Karamagi was arrested and detained Central Police Station early in the year for attacking and trying to take away the Attorney General’s speech as the former was presenting at the New Law Year in High Court premises.

When he appeared before court, he was charged with Common Nuisance and granted a Shs 1m cash bail.

Buganda Road Court Magistrate, Simon Kintu, cited lack of evidence since Nyombi was absent from court before pushing the case to May 27, when he (Nyombi) is expected to be present.


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