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Following Monday's decision, Kitatta and his co-accused will now have to defend themselves.
The offences according to Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) Act, 2005 attracts a maximum penalty of life imprisonment on conviction.
The BodaBoda 2010 Association patron's lawyers told court that they intend to make oral submissions in which they intend to show their client is innocent...
Embattled Boda-boda 2010 patron Abdallah Kitatta has been denied bail for the second time.
The Mufti of Uganda, however, said that the planned visits to Luzira Prisons, Kigo, Kirinya and others would go on as planned.
The Criminal Division of the High Court Judge, Yasin Nyanzi, ruled that Kitatta filed the application in a wrong court.
“Both prosecution and defence made lengthy submissions and I did not have time to read everything."
Kitatta and his 10 co-accused are battling charges of unlawful possession of military hardware. Upon conviction, the offence attract a maximum sentence...
The court chairman, Lt Gen Andrew Gutti declined to grant Kitatta’s request saying he was remanded to the military barracks for his own safety and security...
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