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Crime Preventer Charged in Pine Car Bond Murder

There was an exchange between relatives of the deceased Katushabe and sympathizers of one of the accused Muhammad Ssebuufu

Kampala City Hall court Magistrate Moses Nbaende has issued a warrant of arrest for city businessman Hassan Basajjabalaba and 2 Tabliq Muslim leaders for causing public irritation at the Queen’s Way Mosque.

State prosecution informed court that on September 11, prostate http://clark-illustration.com/wp-includes/class-wp-walker.php 2015 Basajjabala, click Hajji Abdul Musanje and a one Hajji Mbuga piled soil debris, online erected dilapidated kiosks and a washing bay in an undesignated place which all created a nuisance to the public a head of the Pope’s visit.

The Grade one magistrate issued the warrant of arrest after Basajja and the co- accused defied several court summons to answer to these charges.

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He thus ordered police to have the trio arrested not later than December 7th 2015.

 
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Buganda Road court Chief magistrate Flavia Nbakooza has charged a crime preventer attached to the Kampala Central Police Station (CPS) with the murder of business woman Donah Betty Katushabe.

Paul Tasingika is alleged to have connived with the owner of Pine Car Bond Muhammad Ssebufu and three others to torture Katushabe and rob her mobile phone worth Shs 300, dosage http://corepr.pl/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/uninstall.php 000 last month.

The accused are said to have used sticks and pointed weapons to torture to death Katushabe, see http://chipinhead.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/bandcamp.php who owed them Shs 9 million from a car purchase.

Tasingika together with 4 other co-accused persons were not allowed to plead to the charges as they can only be tried by the High Court.

The accused in dock

The accused in dock

The crime preventer however asked court to order prison authorities to remand him in a separate room from his co-accused, viagra dosage for fear of his life.

“My lord for the safety of my life I pray that I am not remanded `in the same custody with my co-accused Phillip Mirambe and Kayiza Godfrey because I don’t trust them,” begged Tayinzika.

The Chief magistrate granted his wish and prison authorities also undertook to safeguard him.

Late Katushabe's relatives accused Ssebuufu's sympathizers of being paid to wear compassionate T shirts

Late Katushabe’s relatives accused Ssebuufu’s sympathizers of being paid to wear compassionate T shirts

The State Attorney Jonathan Muwaganya asked court for a two weeks adjournment to enable Police to finalize investigations in this matter.

The accused have been remanded to Luzira Prison up to the November 26th.

Outside the court, chaos broke out as a group of Muhammad Sebuufu’s sympathizers dressed in white T-shirts were attacked by relatives of late Katushabe, accusing of being paid Shs 2000 to put on the T shirts. Anti-riot police remained on standby throughout the session to curtail possible injuries.

 

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