Muslims Open War on Jobless Brotherhood

A Muslim protester at court yesterday

Security was yesterday beefed at Buganda Road court as police produced the two youths from the infamous Jobless Brotherhood, look to answer to charges relating to dropping colored pigs at Parliament.

The two youths namely Joseph Lukwago and Ferdinand Luta appeared before Buganda Road grade one magistrate Marion Mangeni, about it who has charged them with two counts of common nuisance and ill treatment of Animals by painting them and putting them in sacks. The duo pleaded not guilty.

The two accused Jobless Brotherhood youths in dock

The two accused Jobless Brotherhood youths in dock

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The accused through their counsel Isaac Ssemakadde presented four sureties to stand for them on grounds that bail is their constitutional right, approved but State prosecutor Elizabeth Nandala protested stressing that the investigations were complete and the matter is ready for hearing.

She further opposed the substantiality of the sureties saying that some of them have failed to produce required identification documents required in law.

Tight Security outside court

Tight Security outside court

The magistrate set the 23rd of September 2016 to deliver her ruling on the bail application and remanded the accused to Luzira Prison.

Meanwhile drama erupted outside court as a group of youth purporting to be Muslims stormed court to attack the jobless youth for what they referred to as a violation of their religion.

The according to some opposition figures was commanded by Kampala Central Member of Parliament Hon Muhamad Nsereko.

The group shouted angry at the Jobless brotherhood, for using politics to tarnish the name of Islam.

“Let them play their politics but not on religious lines because it affects many innocent people” said one Madina one of the Muslims protesters at court.



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