The Makindye General Court Martial has sentenced 32year old Abdul Sengendo to 30 years in jail after being convicted of murdering Nile Breweries Engineer Etuke Charles and Aggravated Robbery.
Early February, online http://cyberstudio.biz/main/components/com_easyblog/models/twitter.php Sengendo was convicted of murdering Etuke after the state proved beyond reasonable doubt that on 15th January 2011, visit this site http://dangerdame.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/single-product.php the convict killed the Nile Breweries engineer by shooting in Jinja District.
For the case of aggravated robbery and unlawful possession of a fire arms prosecution proved that the same Sengendo at the same date robbed a Television set, about it http://cyberstudio.biz/main/modules/mod_breadcrumbs/mod_breadcrumbs.php DVD player, Laptop and a Nokia Mobile phone from Palmer Akello using an SMG.
Court chairman Major General Levi Karuhanga considered the mitigating factors which were presented by both the defense and state counsels as the well as the five year period the convict has spent on remand.
“Being that the convict is not a first offender, having been convicted by this court on three capital offences, this court sentences you Sengendo to 30 years in prison for the case of murder, and ten years for the second count and these sentences are to run concurrently,” ruled Karuhanga
Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi is this afternoon expected in Kasangati at the home of fellow contender in last week’s presidential elections Col Dr Kizza Besigye.
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Police has since the start of the week blocked a number of officials from visiting Besigye at his home including key personages such as Maria Burnett, page the head of Human Rights International in Uganda.
Mbabazi, if allowed in will be the second presidential candidate in the just concluded elections to hold talks with Besigye, the other being Major Benon Biraaro who was there early this week to discuss among others “bringing the country back on track.”
Mbabazi will be meeting Besigye for the first time since last year’s failed attempts at a united front against incumbent President Yoweri Museveni through The Democratic Alliance (TDA).
He says he will be traveling to Kasangati with The leaders of TheTDA (U) Go Forward.
These are Hon Mathias Nsubuga Secretary General DP, Hon Mike Mabikke President General SDP, Sadam Gayira, Vice Chairman PPP, and Asuman Basalirwa President JEEMA.
“We will be visiting with him to see how he is and to have discussions on the way forward for Uganda,” he revealed.