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Court Martial Delays Gen Sejusa Aide’s Judgement

Some of the accused in court today

Government has declared February 16 as a public holiday in commemoration of Archbishop Janan Luwum.

In a letter dated February 9, discount http://comfortzonetoronto.com/wp-includes/author-template.php the Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office wrote; “The Rt. Hon. First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Service informs the general public that Tuesday 16th February will be a public holiday in recognition of Archbishop Janan Luwum memorial.”

Archbishop Luwum who is remembered for his significant role in popularizing the Christian faith in the late 1990s was on 16 February 1977, troche http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/header.php arrested together with two cabinet ministers in Idi Amin’s government; Erinayo Wilson Oryema and Charles Oboth Ofumbi. They 3 were accused of treason.

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The Archbishop had previously visited President Idi Amin to deliver a note of protest against the arbitrary killings and the mysterious disappearances of people at the time.

This prompted an annoyed President Amin who took it as questioning his authority, help http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/acceptance.php to accuse the Archbishop of treason and being an agent of exiled former President Milton Obote attempting to stage a coup.

In the days that followed, Luwum along with the 2 other Ministers were reported to have died in a motor accident while being transported for interrogation.

However the relatives who witnessed Luwum’s body thereafter said he was found to have had bullets scars through the mouth and the chest.

He was buried at his home village of Mucwini in the Kitgum District. He is recognized as a martyr by the Church of England and the Anglican Communion.

Amin’s government concocted a story that the accident had been as a result of one of the 3 suspects engaging in a fight with the driver to sieze the car and escape.

The following June, about 25,000 Ugandans including those who has abandoned Christianity flocked Kampala to celebrate the centennial of the first preaching of the Gospel in Uganda. Many were insppired by the courage Archbishop Luwum showed as he faced death.
Government has declared February 16 as a public holiday in commemoration of Archbishop Janan Luwum.

In a letter dated February 9, web http://cycling.today/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-data.php the Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office wrote; “The Rt. Hon. First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Service informs the general public that Tuesday 16th February will be a public holiday in recognition of Archbishop Janan Luwum memorial.”

Archbishop Luwum who is remembered for his significant role in popularizing the Christian faith in the late 1990s was on 16 February 1977, seek arrested together with two cabinet ministers in Idi Amin’s government; Erinayo Wilson Oryema and Charles Oboth Ofumbi. They 3 were accused of treason.

The Archbishop had previously visited President Idi Amin to deliver a note of protest against the arbitrary killings and the mysterious disappearances of people at the time.

This prompted an annoyed President Amin who took it as questioning his authority, to accuse the Archbishop of treason and being an agent of exiled former President Milton Obote attempting to stage a coup.

In the days that followed, Luwum along with the 2 other Ministers were reported to have died in a motor accident while being transported for interrogation.

However the relatives who witnessed Luwum’s body thereafter said he was found to have had bullets scars through the mouth and the chest.

He was buried at his home village of Mucwini in the Kitgum District. He is recognized as a martyr by the Church of England and the Anglican Communion.

Amin’s government concocted a story that the accident had been as a result of one of the 3 suspects engaging in a fight with the driver to sieze the car and escape.

The following June, about 25,000 Ugandans including those who has abandoned Christianity flocked Kampala to celebrate the centennial of the first preaching of the Gospel in Uganda. Many were insppired by the courage Archbishop Luwum showed as he faced death.
Makindye General Court Martial has postponed the date for pronouncing its judgment in a case where six former Gen David Sejusa’s aides including two junior officers from the Special Forces command are facing treason charges, treat http://cnafinance.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-symposium-pro/forums/wps_forum_posts_classic.php aiding and abetting in recruiting soldiers to overthrow the government.

The six accused persons are Lance Corporal Nasasira Grace, sickness http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php Lance Corporal Karuhanga charged with treachery while Private Ninsiima Frank, http://cfbtoman.com/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php Nayebare James, Nuwagaba Moses and Twinamatsiko Abel are charged with aiding and abetting to treachery.

Dissimilar in the previous court sessions, today the court house was filled to capacity by the relatives and friends of the accused eager to receive the judgment.

Judge Advocate Lt Col Gideon Katinda however, informed court that the judgment was not ready and asked for more time.

Defense counsel David Mushabe didn’t protest this request but asked court to ensure that at least the case is fixed before next week’s general elections so that his clients once not convicted may have a chance to participate as any other citizen.

The Court Martial Chairman Major General Levi Karuhanga set the 16th of February as the new date to deliver the judgment.

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