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Nansana Murder Suspects Remanded Again

The suspects at Nabweru Court (Courtesy Photo)
The suspects at Nabweru Court (Courtesy Photo)

Nabweru Chief Magistrate Esther Nasambu yesterday remanded back to Luzira Prison 13 people, who were charged   in relation to the spate of  murders of Women in Nansana Municipality in Wakiso district.

State Attorney Joan Keko during the Tuesday sitting requested for further adjournment of the matter, saying that that Police investigations in this matter were still underway.

The suspects, who were brought to court amidst tight security are expected to return on  3rd/October 2017 for mention of the case.

The accused persons are Kaweesa Ibrahim, Robert Mugerwa, Tamale Isma, Steven Ssempijja, Kakumba Mahad, Sam Mayambala, Philip Tumuhimbise, Nantongo Tina Prosper, David Wasswa, Ssempa George, Bosco Waligo and Ismael Ssegawa

These are charged with Terrorism, Murder and aggravated robbery, which prosecution says they committed between May and August 2017 from places of Nansana, Kazo and Kawempe.

Prosecution contends that the accused, for purposes of intimidating the public for either a social, political or economic reason and without regard to the safety of others directly involved themselves in the acts of terrorism by murdering Patricia Nansubuga, Maria Birungi, Teddy Nakachwa, Juliet Nampijja, Josephine Nakazibwe and other 4 unidentified women.

It is further alleged that they robbed the deceased’s property which includes a mattress , 2 mobile phones, 2 blankets , a pair of bedsheets and Shs 100, 000.

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