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Witnesses To Jet In For Fake Dollar Case

Counsel Kafuzi speaks to Gustafan and Kojo at court on Wednesday

CAF has appointed eight officials from Uganda for its upcoming engagements.

The pair of experienced Ugandan center referee Dennis Batte, ampoule http://chuitanzaniasafaris.com/media/widgetkit/widgets/gallery/styles/radiance/template.php assistants Hussein Bugembe and Samuel Kayondo with Mashood Ssali as reserve referee have been named the match officials for CAF Champions League game between Kenya’s Gor Mahia and CNAPS Sports from Madagascar.

Seychelles’ Poiret Antoine Ralph Danny will be the match commissioner for the match that takes place in Kenya between 13th to15th February 2015.

Brian Miiro Nsubuga another center referee, http://chopcult.com/coolant/classifieds/uploads_classified/images/secure.php assisted by Mark Ssonko and Ronald Katenya with Ali Sabila Chelagat as the reserve referee head to Juba City handle the game between Al Ghazala (South Sudan) and Petro Jet (Egypt) .

Meanwhile, http://colegaac.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php Uganda Cup holders URA (Caf Confederations Cup )host Elgeco Plus of Madagascar between February 13 and 15 at Namboole a game that will handled by Djibouti officials while League champions KCC who represent Uganda in the Caf Champions League will have their game against Cosmos Plus officiated by referees from Burundi.
CAF has appointed eight officials from Uganda for its upcoming engagements.

The pair of experienced Ugandan center referee Dennis Batte, click http://clubcycloautun.fr/wp-content/plugins/siteorigin-panels/inc/admin-actions.php assistants Hussein Bugembe and Samuel Kayondo with Mashood Ssali as reserve referee have been named the match officials for CAF Champions League game between Kenya’s Gor Mahia and CNAPS Sports from Madagascar.

Seychelles’ Poiret Antoine Ralph Danny will be the match commissioner for the match that takes place in Kenya between 13th to15th February 2015.

Brian Miiro Nsubuga another center referee, online http://centristnetblog.com/wp-includes/cache.php assisted by Mark Ssonko and Ronald Katenya with Ali Sabila Chelagat as the reserve referee head to Juba City handle the game between Al Ghazala (South Sudan) and Petro Jet (Egypt) .

Meanwhile, Uganda Cup holders URA (Caf Confederations Cup )host Elgeco Plus of Madagascar between February 13 and 15 at Namboole a game that will be handled by Djibouti officials while league champions KCC who represent Uganda in the Caf Champions League will have their game against Cosmos Plus officiated by referees from Burundi.
Government has finalized investigations in this matter where a 27 year old American citizen Ryan Gustafson and his Ugandan counterpart Kojo Christopher are accused of possessing fake currency notes.

The state prosecutor Lillian Omara informed court on Wednesday, buy more about http://debiontheweb.com/wp-content/plugins/podpress/podpress_xspf_config-sample.php all was set for hearing of this case.

Appearing before Buganda Road Magistrate Lillian Buchana, http://clark-illustration.com/wp-includes/class-wp-role.php Omara informed court that the state witnesses from South Africa and USA were ready and are expected to be in the country by next week.

Buganda road chief magistrate ordered the defense counsel Kafuzi   Jackson to obtain copies of exhibits and other related documents to be used in this case from the state prosecution.

Meanwhile the case has been fixed to 5th February for hearing. Prosecution alleges that 11th December 2014 Gustafason at his residence in Mbalwa and at Speke Hotel in Kampala, http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/class-wp-oembed-controller.php conspired with a Ugandan native Christopher Kojo to sell forged USA dollars worthy 10,000 (27million) to on.

These were arrested and charged with nine counts at Buganda Road court which included unlawfully possession of ammunition, unlawfully possession of forged dollar currency in denominations 100,50,20, selling articles bearing designs with limitations of currency ,illegal entry and conspiracy to commit the said offences, which they denied.

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