Mpora, 49, was arrested on March 31 for alleged theft and uttering a false document and remanded to Gulu Central Prison until April 15th when he was released on bail.
Gulu High Court Building.
Christopher Mutwale Mpora, the Gulu University Dean of Students
has asked the court to permit him to settle the case outside court other than
going to full trial.
Mpora, 49, was arrested on March 31 for alleged theft and uttering
a false document and remanded to Gulu Central Prison until April 15 when he
was released on bail.
It is alleged that on June 15th 2020 at Centenary Bank Branch in Gulu City,
Mpora knowingly and fraudulently uttered a false document to wit a forged
Centenary Bank Branch withdrawal form of cash 3,550,000 shillings in the names
of Goma Oil Ginnery and that he stole the money belonging to Mildred Anena, his
While appearing for trial before Christine Turibamwe, the Gulu Grade One
Magistrate on Thursday, Mpora through his lawyer Conrad Oroya Obol, Mpora
pleaded for the court’s permission to allow him to settle the matter with the
complaint outside court.
Obol told the court that the ongoing trial which is likely to take
more months will delay his client’s resumption to the office after he was
interdicted by Gulu University following the charges on him.
He said negotiation outside court would help them resolve the
Mildred Anena –the complainant however did not give her opinion to the court on
the request by Mpora.
Turibamwe adjourned the case to June 16th when the complainant shall give her
opinion on Mpora’s request.
On April 6th, Gulu University’s Secretary David Obol Otori issued a letter
indicating that Mpora was interdicted and that he shall return to the office
until the court case against him is over.