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PHOTOS: Judge Blasts Tonku’s Lawyer

Tonku (L) in a chat with one of the appellants at the Court of Appeal in Kampala on April 14 (Photo: Kenneth Kazibwe/ChimpReports)

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The prison Officers welcomed the complimentary gesture from Parental Care, and asked for more support, in addition to the evangelical activities mostly by Pastor Emmanuel Ayebare, of Kakiika Pentecostal Life Church last Sunday.

Pastor Ayebare who represented the director Parental Care Ministries Mr. Nnyanzi Emmanuel, while handing over the items said the church did this in brotherliness and express solidarity with the inmates.

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The Parental Care Communications Officer Mr. Nomax Mugisha told Chimpreports that they had babies’ homes, orphanages, special needs schools and health facilities.

‘’We are calling on other NGOs to do all in their power to complement on what the government gives, but also rendering help like getting lawyers for some of the inmates who do not have legal representatives. ’’Nomax Mugisha said.

 
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The prison Officers welcomed the complimentary gesture from Parental Care, and asked for more support, in addition to the evangelical activities mostly by Pastor Emmanuel Ayebare, of Kakiika Pentecostal Life Church.

Pastor Ayebare who represented the director Parental Care Ministries Mr. Nnyanzi Emmanuel, while handing over the items said the church did this in brotherliness and express solidarity with the inmates.

The Parental Care Communications Officer Mr. Nomax Mugisha told Chimpreports that they had babies’ homes, orphanages, special needs schools and health facilities.

‘’We are calling on other NGOs to do all in their power to complement on what the government gives, but also rendering help like getting lawyers for some of the inmates who do not have legal representatives. ’’Nomax Mugisha said.

 
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The prison Officers welcomed the complimentary gesture from Parental Care, and asked for more support, in addition to the evangelical activities mostly by Pastor Emmanuel Ayebare, of Kakiika Pentecostal Life Church.

Pastor Ayebare who represented the director Parental Care Ministries Mr. Nnyanzi Emmanuel, while handing over the items said the church did this in a spirit of brotherliness and to express solidarity with the inmates.

The Parental Care Communications Officer Mr. Nomax Mugisha told Chimpreports that they had babies’ homes, orphanages, special needs schools and health facilities.

‘’We are calling on other NGOs to do all in their power to complement on what the government gives, but also rendering help like getting lawyers for some of the inmates who do not have legal representatives. ’’Nomax Mugisha said.

 
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The prison Officers welcomed the complimentary gesture from Parental Care, and asked for more support, in addition to the evangelical activities mostly by Pastor Emmanuel Ayebare, of Kakiika Pentecostal Life Church.

Pastor Ayebare who represented the director Parental Care Ministries Mr. Nnyanzi Emmanuel, while handing over the items said the church did this in a spirit of brotherliness and to express solidarity with the inmates.

The Parental Care Communications Officer Mr. Nomax Mugisha told Chimpreports that they had babies’ homes, orphanages, special needs schools and health facilities.

‘’We are calling on other NGOs to do all in their power to complement on what the government gives, but also rendering help like getting lawyers for some of the inmates who do not have legal representatives. ’’Nomax Mugisha said.

 
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The prison Officers welcomed the complimentary gesture from Parental Care, and asked for more support, in addition to the evangelical activities mostly by Pastor Emmanuel Ayebare, of Kakiika Pentecostal Life Church.

Pastor Ayebare who represented the director Parental Care Ministries Mr. Nnyanzi Emmanuel, while handing over the items said the church did this in a spirit of brotherliness and to express solidarity with the inmates.

The Parental Care Communications Officer Mr. Nomax Mugisha told Chimpreports that they had babies’ homes, orphanages, special needs schools and health facilities.

‘’We are calling on other NGOs to do all in their power to complement on what the government gives, but also rendering help like getting lawyers for some of the inmates who do not have legal representatives. ’’Nomax Mugisha said.

 
South Sudan presidency and military intelligence are investigating circumstances under which one of President Salva Kiir’s guards was gunned down in Juba on Monday night.

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Presidential Press Secretary Ateny Wek said Akok was in company of Regimental Sergeant Major of the National Security Deng Kucdit in Hai Nimra Talata when a gunman opened fire on them, http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-bb6932e543afa1ccc42008417b9cc358.php killing both instantly.

Aweny further revealed that the assailant was also shot dead after exchanging fire with the military police in the vicinity.

“What I can say now is that the motive of the attacks remains unclear to us. But we are already investigating the matter,” said Aweny.

He stressed that Akok was off duty when he was attacked in an incident that underscores the growing insecurity in Juba.

South Sudan government troops are currently fighting rebels in the northern part of the country.
The Court of Appeal in Kampala has adjourned hearing the case in which Kampala businessman Tom Nkurungira alias Tonku is seeking a reversal of the death penalty handed to him for murdering his girl friend Brenda Karamuzi in 2010.

In submission to the panel of judges including Augustus Nshimye, more about http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/googlevideo.php Eldad Mwangusya and Kenneth Kakuru, pills http://cosmeticluxus.com/wp-includes/cache.php Tonku’s lawyers led by Benson Tusasirwe told court that they had been able to peruse through the file but that they needed more time to study the facts before proceeding with the hearing.

“I need further meetings with the appellant so as to be able to scrutinize through all the details. In the judgment and sentence, http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor.php the trial judge relied on finger prints and DNA to convict my client which needs me more technical advice on how to go about the appeal,” Tusasirwe told court.

The new lawyer further said the “trial judge also relied on evidence from phone printouts and base stations (masts) used to track for location of the appellant which evidence also needs an expert to be able to interpret.”

“I therefore need more time for consultancy from experts, forensics and telephone technology before the case proceeds.”

However, the furious judges blasted Tonku’ lawyer’s laziness and not finding time to peruse through the file yet there is limited time for court.

Tonku with his lawyer, Tusasirwe preparing their submission

Tonku with his lawyer, Tusasirwe preparing their submission

“In fact we got the file after you were done but we have read through it. We are adjourning the case to 4 May but next time you should not come back with another excuse,” Justice Kakuru warned Tonku’s lawyers.

Court heard that between January 21, 2010 and January, 30, 2010 at Kijjwa Zone, Bukasa, Makindye Division, in Kampala District, Tonku murdered Karamuzi before promising his shambo boy Fred Ssempijja Shs1m to assist him in hiding the body of Brenda in a septic tank.

The case is among 69 other criminal appeals set to be heard by Justices Augustus Nshimye, Eldad Mwangusya and Kenneth Kakuru.

Tonku was found guilty for murder contrary to sections 188 and 189 of the Penal Code Act.

Justice Albert Rugadya Atwooki found that the “prosecution proved beyond reasonable doubt that the death of Brenda Karamuzi was caused with malice aforethought.”

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