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PICTORIAL: Assessors Ask Court to Acquit Muslim Clerics

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The suspects include Muhammad Yunus Kamoga, the leader of Tabligh Muslims under Jamatil Salafiya group, Sheikh Siraji Kawooya, Sheikh Murta Mudde Bukenya, Sheikh Fahad Kalungi, Amir Kinene, Hakim Kinene Muswaswa, Katende Yusufu alias Abdallah, Sekayanja Abdulsalam alias Kassim Mulumba, Sematimba Abudulhamid Mubiru, Hamza Kasirye, Twaha Sekitto, Jingo Rashid, Musa Issa Mubiru and Iga George William.
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Former Tabliq leader, Muhammad Yunus Kamoga and his co-accused read the Quran in court
Three court assessors have advised the International Crimes Division of the High Court to acquit the 14 suspects accused of masterminding the murder of several Muslim leaders in the country. The court assessors include Judith Muhaire, Muhammad Ddumba and Robert Sseguya.

 

The suspects include Muhammad Yunus Kamoga, the leader of Tabligh Muslims under Jamatil Salafiya group, Sheikh Siraji Kawooya, Sheikh Murta Mudde Bukenya, Sheikh Fahad Kalungi, Amir Kinene, Hakim Kinene Muswaswa, Katende Yusufu alias Abdallah, Sekayanja Abdulsalam alias Kassim Mulumba, Sematimba Abudulhamid Mubiru, Hamza Kasirye, Twaha Sekitto, Jingo Rashid, Musa Issa Mubiru and Iga George William.

They were charged with the murder of Mustafa Bahiga, the former Kampala District Amir, Hassan Ibrahim Kirya, the former Kibuli Spokesman and Dr. Abdulqadir Muwaya the top Shia leader in Uganda. The trio was gunned down on different occasions and dates in Bwebajja in Wakiso district, Bweyogerere and Mayuge district respectively.