Prosecution told court that between November 2019 and December 2019 at Namaganda Plaza in Kampala, Nakaweesa deceitfully obtained money ranging from five to eight million shillings from dozens of people claiming that she would get them lucrative jobs in Dubai.
It is alleged that the group held a public meeting in disregard of the laid down procedures in the law when they refused to coordinate and cooperate with Police to ensure that all participants are unarmed and peaceful.
Dr. Zeija explained that following the transfers by Justice Bamwine, they received petitions from some judges requesting for reconsideration. “The Petitions were considered following the due processes,” reads the circular.
Today, the Prosecutors led by Jackeline Kainobwisho told the court presided over by Senior Grade One Magistrate Roselyn Nsenge that she needs to first bring more than 2,000 complainants in the matter, before responding to a bail application by the two suspects.
On Wednesday, the assessor Aliana Anastasia advised Justice Moses Kazibwe to convict Bagyenda and two of his co accused including Innocent Bainomugisha, a cleaner and a casual labourer Vincent Rwahwire.
The Defence team has maintained that Bagyenda was mentally unstable by the time he committed the alleged crime and is thus, not liable for his actions under the law. The three Defence witnesses presented before the court all maintained that Bagyenda suffered from depression before and after the offence was committed.
Wamala was on Tuesday committed together with the school matron Nansubuga Haliima by the Mpigi Grade One Magistrate Maurine Mukhoye. State prosecutor Justine Nakayiza told court that investigations into the case have been completed and the state is ready to start prosecution.
On Tuesday, Justice Ssekaana declined to step down from the matter in his ruling read by the Deputy Civil Division Registrar, Sarah Langa, arguing that he took oath to be independent, saying no one can influence his decisions.
Muhangi was first granted a non-cash bail of ten million Shillings on February 19, 2019 on health grounds. However, he was rearrested by the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence within the precincts of the Makindye-based General Court Martial.
According to the budget estimates, Judiciary’s budget has been maintained at Shillings 181.61 billion. Bigirimana told MPs that the allocation is minimal for the institution and has left key activities for the coming financial year not funded. He appealed for an additional allocation of 26.5 billion shillings to purchase cars for judicial officials.
The Prosecution led by Beatrice Alok Odongo, the Luweero Resident State Attorney told the court that during August 2016, Minani unlawfully performed sexual acts with his daughter, then aged 12, despite being her biological father.
Luweero Chief Magistrate Samuel Munobe told URN in an interview on Wednesday that as a way of reducing complaints, he and other officials under the District Chain Link Committee have resolved to make weekly visits to police cells to establish why suspects are detained there above 48 hours and ensure that residents get justice.