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Kamoga Case: Judges Push for Speedy Trial

Sheikh Kamoga shaking hands with defense counsel Friday Roberts Kagoro in court Photo by Nteza Michael

International Crimes Division court judges have ordered the State Prosecution in the matter where Sheikh Yunus Kamoga and others are accused of murdering fellow sheikhs, viagra http://chesapeakebaydiningguide.com/wp-includes/class-wp-text-diff-renderer-inline.php to ensure a speedy trial by producing a witness in all court sittings.

Lead judge Justice Ezekiel Muahnguzi made the order after Principle State Attorney Linno Anguzu asked for an adjournment, http://creativecommons.org/wordpress/wp-includes/class-wp-http-cookie.php after the witness who was supposed to testify today failed to testify on grounds that he had not carried the exhibits required in court.

Defense counsel Friday Roberts Kagoro in response cried foul saying that this was a delay trick.

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He demanded that prosecution is tasked to reveal the number of witnesses remaining as
well as the period in which it will close its case.

“We pray that this court put up an order to the prosecution so that once it fails to produce all the witnesses throughout this period, http://cles-gardanne.fr/fckeditor/fckeditor.php they are ordered to close their case,” submitted Kagoro.

In his ruling, justice Muhanguzi ordered the prosecution to produce a witness during every court sitting since during the pre trial a clear number of witnesses to be called were revealed.

ICD judges justice Ezekiel Muhanguzi, Percy Tuhaise and Jane Kiggundu have adjourned further hearing of the case to Monday 6th February 2017 when the state will produce more witnesses.

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