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20 Witnesses Lined Up To Pin Nsenga’s Widow

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The senior state prosecutor Suzan Okalanga told High Court judge Duncan Gaswaga that 20 witnesses are lined up to testify against Uwera.


The 37-year-old widow is accused of causing the death of his husband in 2013.

Prosecution alleges that that Nsenga, a businesswoman, on 10, January 2013, at her matrimonial home in Bugolobi, Kampala, murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga contrary to section 218 and 219 of the penal code act.

Uwera’s lawyers were led by Nsubuga Mubiru.

The Nakawa Chief Magistrate, Sylvia Nabaggala last year committed Nsenga to the High Court.

Nabaggala said a murder charge had been sanctioned by the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) against Uwera.

“The couple was living at its marital home in Bugolobi, a Kampala suburb – however by the time of Nsenga’s death, their marriage had soured,” said the Magistrate then.

Nabaggala read that efforts by the in-laws and other relatives to reconcile the feuding couple did not bear fruit.

“And on that fateful day, as she returned back home, he opened the gate for her but she instead just accelerated, knocking him down,” the charge sheet read in part.

Court also heard that it was because of the injuries inflicted on Nsenga during the accident that led to his death at Paragon Hospital in Kampala.

Uwera denies killing her husband intentionally.

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