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.