In May, police arrested six DP leaders including the Entebbe Deputy Mayor Richard Ssekyondo and the party publicity secretary in Entebbe Richard Maggwa for holding an illegal rally at Nakiwogo landing site in Entebbe municipality.
In her judgment at Entebbe High court Monday afternoon, Justice Abodo, noted that prosecution failed to prove to court beyond reasonable doubt that Wamala killed ' Mowzey. She however, said that court conquers with prosecution that the accused person participated in the brawl that ended the artist’s life.
Prosecution led by Jeanne Nareeba told the Entebbe Chief Nagistrate, Mary Babirye that on
December 15th 2018 while at the arrivals lounge of Entebbe International airport Aviation Police arrested Moradi when they found him in possession of 596.84 grams of Morphine contrary to section 5 of the Narcotic Drugs and Physcotropic substance control Act.
Several people in the court room presided over by Justice Jane Francis Abodo burst in tears as Wamala narrated how Mowzey was battered at De Bar, a popular hangout in Entebbe on the evening of January 22nd, 2018 leading to his death.
The summons issued on Tuesday morning came after Rwamusaayi failed to appear before the court in Entebbe, as a key witness who superintended over the investigations into the murder, and the subsequent arrest of Godfrey Wamala alias ‘Troy’ as the Prime Suspect.