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Juvenile’s rebel case drags in court

By Vision Reporter

Added 12th January 2009 03:00 AM

KAMPALA - A juvenile who was abducted in 2007 by the Allied Democratic Forces and became part of the rebel group has not been committed to High Court to be tried for treason.

KAMPALA - A juvenile who was abducted in 2007 by the Allied Democratic Forces and became part of the rebel group has not been committed to High Court to be tried for treason.

KAMPALA - A juvenile who was abducted in 2007 by the Allied Democratic Forces and became part of the rebel group has not been committed to High Court to be tried for treason.

Irumba Bushobozi who then was 16 years old, was captured by the army and charged with treason after he was found among people suspected to be rebel collaborators. Irumba was charged at Buganda Road Court on July 17, 2007 and sent to Naguru Remand Home.

He was later granted bail by the Buganda Road Court Magistrate, Francis Matenga, after spending a year on remand. Since then he has not been committed to High Court.

Efforts to get a comment from the Director of Public Prosecution were futile as the officer could not be reached.

Juvenile’s rebel case drags in court

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