Sebuufu, Co-Accused Committed to High Court

Bright Stars ended five game winless streak with an emphatic 2-0 win over SC Victoria in Matugga on Tuesday afternoon.

The hard fighting Fred Kajoba’s side grabbed their goals through Jimmy Lule and experienced striker Anthony Bongole who netted in both halves. The victory came on same day when youngster Baker Lukooya was celebrating his birthday.

“While in the dressing room I asked the coach and captain to let me say a word before we moved
out. Let’s go out and win this game for everyone but in a special way, viagra please win it for me. Today is my birth day, stuff I promise to give my best and so should everyone. I am glad that my team didn’t let me down; it was indeed a great present for me and am grateful for this wonderful team display on my very special day, ” Lukooya said.

Other games;
Vipers missed another chance to reduce the gap with KCCA FC, struggling to another one all draw at home against Lweza fc. Rajab Kakooza put Lweza ahead in the 10th minute but the hosts fought back to restore parity at the halftime stroke through Duncan Sseninde.

The script was similar for third placed Police fc who failed to beat BUL FC at Kavumba. The game ended goalless, a result that was also registered between KCCA FC versus SC Villa, Maroons against URA FC in Luzira and the live game at Bombo pitting Simba and Sadolin Paints fc.

Full results:
Maroons FC 0-0 URA FC

Bright Stars FC 2-0 SC VU

Vipers SC 1-1 Lweza FC

Police FC 0-0 BUL FC

The Saints FC 3-0 Express FC

KCCA FC 0-0 SC Villa

JMC Hippos FC 4-0 Soana FC

Simba 0-0 Sadolin

Buganda road court chief magistrate Flavia Nabakooza has committed to High Court, this Pine Motors car dealer  Ssebuwufu Mohammed and four others who are accused of  of murdering a business woman Betty Katusabe.

This was after Prosecution finalized all investigations in this matter. In his submission, treatment state prosecutor Jonathan Nuwaganya who presented to court committal papers for the accused asked the magistrate to send the five  to high court for trial.

Nuwaganya also informed court that investigations on the police officers allegedly involved in the murder are about to be completed.

The other defendants are Paul Tasingika, Godfrey Kayiza, Phillip Mirambe and Stephen Lwanga,  who in October according to prosecution, stabbed Katusabe to death  for failure to clear a 9 million shillings debt which was a balance for a car from Sebuwufu’s bond.

The High court is yet to fix a date to start the hearing.


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