Nabikolo, 62, is co-accused with her young sister Sandra Nakungu, 36, and a Police Officer Ashraf Jaden, 40
The hearing of a case in which Sarah Nabikolo is accused of killing city businessman, Eria Ssebunya Bugembe alias Kasiwukira kicked off Wednesday with five prosecution witnesses testifying against her and two others.
Nabikolo, 62, is co-accused with her young sister Sandra Nakungu, 36, and a Police Officer Ashraf Jaden, 40.
Prosecution alleges that on October 17, 2014, Kasiwukira was murdered at about 6:00am in the city suburb of Muyenga diplomatic zone.
He was knocked down by a speeding car as he jogged in the neighborhood of Muyenga. Kasiwukira was a member of Kwagalana group.
The court was presided over by Justice Wilson Masalu-Musene, the head of Criminal division of the High Court.
Dr. Moses Byaruhanga, the director of health services in the police force testified that he examined the three suspects on December 6, 2014 and found out that they were of a stable mental status with no physical injuries. He testified as prosecution witness one.
Mulago hospital pathologist Dr. William Male Mutumba, who testified as prosecution witness two said he examined Kasiwukira's body on October 17, 2014 and established that he had several abrasions, fractured ribs and crushed skull.