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Kasiwukira Widow Denied Bail

Kasiwukira's widow Sarah Nabikolo Sebunya at court recently

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, cheapest http://conforms.com/wp-includes/feed.php aiding and abetting in recruiting soldiers to overthrow the government.

The six accused persons are Lance Corporal Nasasira Grace, buy information pills Lance Corporal Karuhanga charged with treachery while Private Ninsiima Frank, 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.

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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.
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, order http://cikza.com/wp-includes/media-template.php aiding and abetting in recruiting soldiers to overthrow the government.

The six accused persons are Lance Corporal Nasasira Grace, link http://cfmasv.com/wp-includes/atomlib.php Lance Corporal Karuhanga charged with treachery while Private Ninsiima Frank, ambulance 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.
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, ask http://cityhoodfordc.org/components/com_jomcomment/model/avatar.db.php aiding and abetting in recruiting soldiers to overthrow the government.

The six accused persons are Lance Corporal Nasasira Grace, treatment http://construction-cloud.com.au/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php Lance Corporal Karuhanga charged with treachery while Private Ninsiima Frank, http://dailyniropekkha.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-theme-upgrader-skin.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.
High Court judge Justice Wilson Masalu Mesene has declined to grant Sarah Nabikolo, ed http://centristnetblog.com/wp-includes/class-wp-query.php widow of the murdered Kampala businessman Eriya Bugembe Sebunya alias Kasiwukira and two of her co-accused bail on grounds that their case is going to be fixed for hearing this month.

Nabikolo together with her sister Sandrah Nakungu and Ashraf Jadeni a police office, buy http://chompdigital.com/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php who are accused of murdering Kasiwukira had reapplied for bail in the High Court for the second time following the delayed commencement of the trial.

The defendants were taken aback today, patient http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/contact-form.php when their hope of hearing their case while coming from home was crushed by Justice Musene who informed them that court would not be able to hear their bail application because their case is going to be among the first 120 to be fixed in this year’s criminal session.

“As the head of the criminal division of the High court together with the Registrar we have decided to fix your case among the first scheduled to start on 29th February 2016,” he said.

Musene further advised the accused to get prepared with the lawyers for the hearing of their case which is going to be fixed any time from today.

The three accused persons who were remanded back to Luzira are represented by Mac Dusman Kabega, Rwadislaus Rwakafuuzi and Nsubuga Mubiru.

These, having been committed to High Court for trial in May 2015, decided to apply for bail citing a number of other factors including the widow’s illness.

 

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