Kampala, Uganda | GODFREY SSALI | Court at Nakawa has heard this morning that inquiries into the murder of former Police AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi, his body guard Kenneth Erau and driver Godfrey Wambewa are still on-going.
State prosecutor Carolyne Opia revelead the state of investigations as the 20 people suspected to have committed the said murder on the morning of March 17, 2017 appeared before Grade One Magistrate Noah Sajjabi for the mention of their case.
Apia informed court that investigation are still at an infant stage and that court should grant prosecution a chance to conclude them and have the accused committed to the International Crimes Division Court for trial on charges of murder, Terrorism and aggrevated robbery.
Magistrate Sajjabi has now adjourned the case to next month with orders that the accused be remanded back to Luzira Prison till then.
However just like it has been in the previous two adjournments, the suspects’ relatives have again been barred from accessing court premises at Nakawa owing to their recent actions of throwing children to prison officers.
This as usual didn’t go well with them since they claim to have travelled long distances to come to court but are locked outside and denied access to see their relatives who have been in custody since March, 2017.