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No Case File Was Stolen from Nabweru Court- Judiciary

Solomon Muyita, the judiciary spokesperson, says that investigators have since discovered that no file is missing.Muyita notes that the judiciary is now waiting for the police's report to understand what could have happened and who raided the court.
Thugs left all offices at Nabweru Chief Magistrates Court upside down during the raid

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The judiciary has revealed that preliminary investigations into the raid on Nabweru Chief Magistrates Court indicate that no document was taken by the thugs. 

Two weeks ago, machete-wielding thugs broke into the court which was manned by a night watchman, vandalized court property and allegedly stole 48.7 million shillings which was in the cash office.

Solomon Muyita, the judiciary spokesperson, says that investigators have since discovered that no file is missing.

Muyita notes that the judiciary is now waiting for the police's report on who raided the court.

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The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango has declined to divulge details of the matter saying it is still under investigation.

“That case is still under investigation but when everything (the investigation) is doe we will inform the public,” said Onyango.

However, URN reporter has learnt that two people including Ismael Kamya, the night watchman, and another suspect whose identity hasn’t been revealed were arrested to aid investigations. 

The police are also investigating circumstances under which the court did not deploy an armed officer as it is supposed to be.

Muyita also says court administrators have been advised to ensure that they stop keeping huge amounts cash within the court premises.

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