Francis Olugu, the Deputy Director of Criminal Investigations told URN in an interview that they subjected Odonga Otto to mental health examination to ascertain his mental stability, under police form number 24.
outgoing Aruu Member of Parliament Samuel Odonga Otto is set to be charged in
two courts in one day, after being subjected to a mental test to confirm his mental stability.
was on Tuesday 23rd arrested from Bomah Hotel in Gulu City over
pending charges against him which include Malicious Damage and Assault of a
driver in Pader in 2018, illegal possession of a gun and assault of a journalist
in Gulu in 2019 at Pece Stadium during the FUFA Drum match.
was detained at CID headquarters in Kibuli but on Thursday evening, he was
transported to Pader district via Gulu where he underwent a medical examination
on his mental health.
Olugu, the Deputy Director of Criminal Investigations told URN in an interview
that they subjected Odonga Otto under mental health examination to ascertain his
mental wellbeing under police form number 24.
Cue in: “The examination process…
out …are already done.” //
says two of the many files on Odonga Otto have been sanctioned by the Directorate
of Public Prosecution.
says Odonga Otto shall on Friday morning be charged before the Chief Magistrate
of Pader district with alleged malicious damage and assault of a driver and
later be brought to Gulu Magistrate’s court to answer another charge of assault
of Geoffrey Okot, a journalist working with Choice FM in Gulu in the afternoon hours.
Cue in: “We shall charge…
out …police and presented.” //
Cue in: “Files aryo tye…
out …ii Gulu kany.” //
Otto, Odonga’s wife and lawyer under Odonga Otto and Company Advocates says she
is greatly affected by the way her husband and client is being treated and that
she has put all the emotions aside and ready to represent him in court to ensure that he is given a fair hearing.