Latif Nakibinge, the grade I magistrate who remanded Kiyonga to Kasangati government prison until March 31st when his bail application will be entertained, heard that the latter committed the offence on 24th May of 2017.
Supporters of the National Unity Platform have been remanded to Kitalya Government prison on offenses of inciting violence, destroying people’s property after the arrest of NUP presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu’s arrest.
Mukisa was sentenced on his own plea of guilty when he told court that he murdered the boy himself. The plea of guilty however came after prosecution had produced a number of witnesses pinning Mukisa for having committed the offence. It was the convict who led the police and other security agencies to the scene where he had dumped the boy's remains.
Last month, Mabirizi instituted three criminal charges of giving false information, obtaining registration by false pretence and uttering false documents against Kyagulanyi in Wakiso Chief Magistrates Court. In one of the charges, Mabirizi alleges that the names that appear on Kyagulanyi’s O'level certificate are different from those that appear on his A'level certificate.
Simon Shimanya pleaded guilty before the Nabweru Chief Magistrate, Patricia Amoko on Tuesday for the involuntary murder of his wife, 38-year-old Viola Kakai, a former nurse at International Hospital Kampala (IHK).
On Tuesday, police arrested Kimera for allegedly disarming Corporal Jack Rutabaleka, while on duty. The incident happened during the youth elections at Kiyaga Zone Bwaise I, Kawempe Division during the declaration of results.
The CSO’s with help from two French-based organizations including Friends of the Earth and Survie dragged Total to Nanterre High court claiming that through its subsidiary Total E&P Uganda had failed to come up with a vigilance plan to address the human and environmental impact of its operations at Tilenga site in the Albertine region as required by the 2017 French law on duty of vigilance.
Prosecution told court that on May 25, 2017 while in Kakiri in Wakiso district, Kaweesa together with three others including Eric Ssegawa, Isma Nyanzi, Suhairi Wakita and others still at large strangled Nanfuma to death after having sex with her.
Solomon Muyita, the judiciary spokesperson, says that investigators have since discovered that no file is missing.Muyita notes that the judiciary is now waiting for the police's report to understand what could have happened and who raided the court.
The court staff that had already been disrupted by the heavy deployment ahead of the appearance of three suspects in the murder case of former police spokesperson, Andrew Felix Kaweesi was seen running up and down to organise their offices.
Kamya told police in his statement this morning that the attackers came in a group, estimated to have between five to 10 people. Dressed in dark clothing and hoodies, the men jumped over the wire mesh which constitutes the court's fence to gain access into the premises. His statement shows that the group had machetes which put him at a disadvantage.