State Tables Video Evidence in Kasiwukira Murder Case

ACCUSED: Sarah Nabikolo and Nakungu Sandrah

The prosecution side in the case where three people are accused of murdering businessman Eria Bugembe Sebunya Kasiwukira, have submitted in court more evidence showing that the trio spent a long time preparing the murder.

The accused are Sarah Nabikolo Sebunya, this web Kasiwukira’s widow, Sara Nakungu her sister and Constable Ashraf Jadeni, a police officer formerly attached to Muyenga Community police post.

State on Monday presented before High Court Judge Justice Wilson Masalu Museni a video clip which was filmed by Joel Ayiko, an officer attached to CIID Media Crimes Department in October 2014 on orders of SSP Mark Odongo, the lead investigator in this case.

A one Alex Adonyo, together with Constable Jadeni confess how they planned the murder of Kasiwukira.

In the video clip Adonyo narrates that he was approached by his friend Jadeni who informed him about a woman that wanted to kill her husband. He asked him if he wanted to do the job.

He says he was promised Shs 40million if he successfully conducted the mission, on top of a brand new car of his choice.

The deal, Adonyo says, was being mediated by Nankungu who was linking him to Kasiwukira’s wife Nabikolo.

Prosecution told court that they got Adonyo from Luzira Prison from where he was on remand for breaking into an Airtel shop; to make the confession.

During the planning, Adonyo says he was advised to disguise himself as a painter in order to gain access to the house, since there was an ongoing renovation; which he did.

“When I finally got the job, Nabikolo discretely showed me around the house including the master bedroom,” Adonyo narrates in the clip.

Meanwhile the court, on the request of defense counsel Mark Dusman Kabega, rejected more exhibits brought by the prosecution side which included Canvas shoes of the deceased, a wrist watch and his mobile phone. The judge ordered that these be returned to the family.

The case was adjourned to 4th July for the state to close its submissions in the matter


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