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Desh Kananura committed to the High Court
Publish Date: May 14, 2014
Desh Kananura committed to the High Court
Desh Kananura (File Photo)
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By Vision Reporter

THE Director of  Public Prosecutions  has ordered  for the  trial of Kampala tycoon Desh Kananura. Kananura is a suspect in the murder of his former employee.

 
Committal papers  to the high court were presented by state attorney Joyce Tushabe to the  Grade One Magistrate at City Hall Court Juliet Hatanga who then signed on them .
 
Kananura is charged together with four others including his brother, Raymond Kananura, Cyrus Maganda, Samuel Muzulewa and Jacob Onyango.
 
Tushabe has told court that investigations into the matter are complete hence committing  Kananura to high court to face trial.
 
According to court documents, prosecution  alleges that on September 30, 2012  Kananura beat to death his former employee Badru Katerega after he found him with sh30,000 that exceeded the allowed amount to be held by any worker at Panamera bar.

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