Samuel Bamwole was granted a non-cash bail of 2million shillings by Sumanya Kasule, the Kamuli Grade One Magistrate. Bamwole was last week, arrested for defiling a 13-year-old girl and later luring her into abortion.
According to the draft budget, the DPP seeks Shillings 250 million for CCTV cameras, biometric access system, scanners and detectors and Shillings 1.26 billion, 7 double cabin pickups for State Attorneys on high risk assignments and 3 Station wagons of Shillings 900 million.
In his affidavit, Kyiwa argues that there is no justifiable reason for holding the logs, adding that his repeated appeals to the relevant authorities to release the impounded logs have been futile prompting him to turn to court.
The trial of the duo was expected to start this morning before the Buganda Road Chief magistrate, Mary Babirye. However, the matter couldnt proceed because the State Prosecutor, Emily Ninsiima was no show.
United under the Common League of the Ugandan Diaspora CLOUD, the group is calling for the unconditional release of Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, Mityana Municipality MP Francis Zaake, Ntungamo Municipality MP Gerald Karuhanga, Jinja East MP Paul Mwiru, Arua MP Elect Kassiano Wadri and former Makindye East MP Micheal Mabikke.
As a result, police swung into action and started firing teargas to disperse the protesters and open the road leading to running battles. Some of the protesters fled to Kifumbira slums where they regrouped and returned to the road. Other people ran to safety in Kamwokya Mosque.
In the letter, a copy of which URN has seen, Ntimba, says Monday has been interdicted from duty for failure to comply with section F-S of the Uganda Public Service Standing Orders 2010 thus leading public service into disrepute.
Shakur Mugabe Kamada is jointly accused with Ali Dumba Salongo, a witch doctor from Masajja, John Bosco Olo, Frank Sendi, a boda-boda rider from Kawempe, Brain Kaaya and Herbert Lukwago, a property broker from Makindye Division.
The trio was charged with three counts including inciting violence and negligence likely to spread an infectious disease. The suspects pleaded not guilty to the charged and applied for bail through their lawyers of Turinawe and Kamba Co advocates led by Hassan Kamba, which was denied by the magistrate.
The prosecution witness, Zadack Masereka, a police constable told court that they found the suspects with an unidentified girl inside a house taking sodas pretending to be visitors yet they were negotiating to buy a tortoise.