High Court sitting in Rukungiri on Monday sentenced a man to 35 years in prison for killing his wife in 2013.
Court presided over by Justice Michael Elubu heard from the lead prosecutor Godfrey Oundo, try online http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-includes/class-wp.php that Moses Tugume Muchombero from Kitorero, visit this site Cell Kambuga in Kanungu district killed his wife Innocent Kyampeire on the 24th August 2013.
Oundo told court that on the fateful day Tugume after developing misunderstanding with his wife, information pills who he accused of having extra marital affairs, he beat her to death.
Justice Elubu while delivering his judgment said that Tugume married Kyampeire and promised to protect her which he should have done, not terminate her life. He also noted with the concern that murder cases in the region are on the rise.
He then sentenced the accused to 35 years to prison so send a message to other spouses in complex marriage relations.
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The Minister’s comments came at a time when Police were battling Besigye’s fans on Kampala streets.
Besigye intended to hold rallies in the Central Business District (CDB), a move police rejected as disruptive.
Police publicist Fred Enanga said Besigye wanted to “hold a heavy procession through the heart of Kampala city, a modality which was not agreed upon with the Police, after his campaigns in Kamwokya and Kisenyi.”
Enanga further pointed out that Police engaged with Besigye and his campaign officials to alter the route plan, since it was not appropriate, “as it would paralyze business and easily promote tension within the city and attract violence.”
Besigye yesterday defied the order to head to Makerere University for a rally instead of returning to the CDB thus sparking off clashes and teargas at Wandegeya.
At least one person was confirmed dead in the clashes.
Tumwebaze, who doubles as Minister for Kampala Affairs, warned that police would not “abdicate its duty because of cheap machinations.”
He added: “Just imagine a rally Nasser Road. It’s madness and intended to attract free publicity. Police have a duty though to protect all.”
He further pointed out that FDC sympathisers should concentrate on selling their candidate instead of waging negative social media campaigns against rivals.
“The more you FDC squads gather all your energies to rant and churn out dirty insults, the more I laugh and despise you. Insults can’t suppress logic,” said Tumwebaze.
The Minister said Besigye has always “played cheap games of seeking to be a martyr for political dividends in vain.”