By Kabuye Ronald
13 people were on the 21day of April that’s yesterday were silently charged before the Nakawa chief magistrate and remanded to police custody special investigations division at Kireka until the 5th of May when the case will come up for mention.
This revealed in a press release by the police mouth piece AIGP Asan Kasingye just about two minutes past mid night. “Following the murder of AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi, Cpl Erau Kenneth and C/Drv Mambewa at Kulambiro, Nakawa Division, Kampala District, on the 17th March, 2017, the police have today, Friday, April 21, 2017, arraigned a total of 13 ( Thirteen) suspects before the Nakawa Chief Magistrates Court where they were charged with; Terrorism C/S 7 (1) (a) and 2 (b) of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 2002; Murder C/S 188 and 189 of the Penal Code Act; and Aggravated Robbery C/S 285 and 286 of the Penal Code Act.” read the release in parts
” The accused persons who include; Abdu Rashid Mbazira Buyondo Mohammed, Higenyi Aramazan Noor Din, Mugerwa Yusuf aka Wilson, Bruhan Balyejusa, Maganda Umar Aramathan, Ahamada Senfuka Shaban, Hassan Tumusiime, Ibrahim Kiisa, Osman Mohammed Omarete, Magambo Hamidu, Abdu Majid Ojerere, Kyambadde Joshua Magezi and Musa Ntende Abubaker, have bben further remanded into police custody at the Special Investigations Divison, Kireka, till 5th May, 2017, when they will reappear for further mention.” it further read
“Inquiries are meanwhile ongoing with a view of arresting other suspects still at large.” concluded the release
The revelation came just hours after the police boss Gen. Edward Kale Kayihura had secured a court order from the high court civil division through the attorney general stopping four media house, their managing editors, agents and employees from publishing any stories in regard to kaweesi’ murder investigations until the temporary application is heard and determined or court issues another order contrary.
We also learneda team of 13 prominent lawyers led by Mwema advocates and solicitors have exhibited Willingness to offer free legal to the sued media houses and managing editors these include Giles Muhame of chimpreports, Stanley Ndawula of the Investigator, Dickson Kagurusi of the Ugandan and red pepper whose managing editor wasnt indicated.
By Kabuye Ronald