According to court proceedings, Bagajire provided false information to the police, claiming that his 13-year-old daughter, a primary four pupil at Masindi Army Primary School, had been grabbed and defiled by Vincent Katwesige, a 23-year-old inmate from Masindi Prison.
The three; Samuel Kironde, Godfrey Ssemugga and Dan Kafeero, appeared before the Jinja Grade One Magistrates Court, alongside a businessman, Hakim Ssenyunja with whom they allegedly connived to leak 2018 Primary Leaving Examinations.
Appearing before Beatrice Kainza, the City Hall Grade One Magistrate on Tuesday, Chelangat, who is also the last state witness said she had found significant similarities in the signatures on documents the accused used for receipting the money and their statements.
Kirunda’s woes stem from his plan to renovate Kakindu Stadium by constructing modern toilets and a pavilion, which however was challenged by the pastor of Christ Commission Ministries Ibrahim Omaido whose church is near the stadium.
On Friday, Masindi High Court Judge Albert Rugadya Atwooki reduced the sentence for both offences from seven years to five years. Justice Rugadya also ruled that Kyongoza will serve both sentences concurrently.