The Magistrate’s Court in Fort Portal has dismissed a case in which Toro’s ‘rebel’ King David Kijanangoma was being accused of trespassing on King Oyo Nyimba’s palace.
In March 2015 police arrested Kijanangoma and charged him with criminal trespass after he declared himself King of Toro and pitched camp at Rwengoma palace in West division, look http://crankygenius.com/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php Fort Portal Municipality.
The arrest came after the officials from Tooro Kingdom led by the 1st deputy Prime Minister Harriet Nyakake went to police and accused Kijanangoma of trespassing on property that belonged to Tooro Kingdom.
Upon arrest, sildenafil http://clevelandheartlab.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-options.php Kijanangoma spent a night in police cells and was later escorted by the anti-riot police to court. He was however released on a bail.
Delivering his ruling on Tuesday, viagra dosage the presiding magistrate Felix Omara said that the evidence brought before court was not justifiable enough to incriminate David Kijanangoma.
Omara said, “I have dismissed the case against David Kijanangoma by Tooro Kingdom. The evidence brought in court indicated that the palace in which Kijanangoma occupied belongs to his uncle one William Kagoro”.
Speaking to journalists after the court ruling, jovial Kijanangoma said, “I’m going to relight my campaign to restore the glory of Tooro. Today’s court ruling was the beginning of our victory and I only call upon my subjects to remain calm and focus on our mission”.