story http://cgtarmac.co.uk/plugins/content/jw_sig/jw_sig/tmpl/classic/default.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Alex Ssekitto, this http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/menu/edit-languages.php 28, viagra 40mg http://dchnf.dk/wp-includes/comment.php resident of Mutundwe Rubaga division and son to the late brother of Brig. Kayanja, appeared before the Buganda Road Court Grade One Magistrate, Olive Kazaarwe under claims that he tried to kill the brigadier.
However, the Magistrate on Thursday stated that Ssekitto has been remanded to Luzira until May 24 when the prosecution side finalizes its investigations in to the matter.
The charge sheet said that on Jan 16, 2013 Ssekitto and others still at large in Mutundwe tried to cause unlawful death to Brig Kayanja.
On January 31, Brig. Kayanja was admitted at Case Clinic before being transferred to Nakasero hospital after he collapsed.
He is believed to have been poisoned after huge quantities of toxic substances were found in his blood. According to the doctors who were talking care of him, the substances apparently made his vital internal organs dysfunctional.
During that time, his family and the Army tried to keep the status and details of his sickness private until he was released.
The former head of Operation Wembley was admitted for about three weeks before being released to go home.