The trial proceedings against former head of national intelligence Gen David Sejusa kicked off this morning at the General Court Martial in Makindye, about it http://closdescapucins.fr/wp-content/plugins/ml-slider/preview.php Kampala.
The court proceedings however were momentarily short-lived as the Court Chairman Maj. Gen Levi Karuhanga ordered a 15 minute recess at the request of the defense counsels.
The Defense lawyers submitted that they were not given a copy of the charges against the renegade Gen. Sejusa.
Gen Sejusa is facing a number of charges which include Participating in political party activities contrary to Section 16 of the Political Parties and Organizations Act. He is also accused of insubordinate behavior contrary to 136 of the UPDF Act.
Others charges include Absence without leave (having lefty the country and exiled himself in the UK for 20 months) as well as Conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline.
Christians of Bihanga Catholic Parish in Buhweju district have written to the Minister in Charge of Presidency Hon Frank Tumwebaze, sick http://ddc.com.sa/media/widgetkit/widgets/lightbox/lightbox.php asking him to weigh in on an incident where the area Resident District Commissioner (RDC) Moses Mwebesa allegedly assaulted their priest on the pulpit in the middle of prayers last week.
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The RDC and his team reportedly stormed the church on Friday night during the overnight prayers, walked to the pulpit and grabbed the priest’s microphone, before ordering everyone to move out.
In the letter also copied to the IGP Gen Kale Kayihura and the Archbishop Mbarara Archdiocese His Grace Paul Bakyenga, the Christians led by Rev Fr. Baingana want the RDC to publicly apologize to them for his actions.
The Archdiocese of Mbarara Development Association (AMDA) has also strongly expressed displeasure with the RDC’s actions.
“Their actions amounted to defiling of the Mother Church, something that we cannot just sit and ignore! We implore our Parishioners in Bihanga Parish to keep calm, desist from engaging in any form of violence as they seek redress from the concerned authorities,” said Gaston Ampe, AMDA Chairman