KCAA’s Agaba Murder Trial: Police Fails To Produce Evidence

order geneva; font-size: small;”>Despite the availability of dozens of witnesses and a widely publicized video recording showing an overzealous Agaba overseeing a bloody eviction in Luzira in which one John Onyango died, store prosecutors told court today Wednesday police investigations are incomplete.

Nakawa Court Magistrate Gladys Kamasanyu adjourned the case to February 22, 2012 after prosecution led by Joseph Bayege told court investigations into the Luzira incident were yet to bear fruit.

The delay to produce evidence will open fresh wounds especially among Luzira residents who were brutally beaten and injured with bullets during a callous eviction of their business structures a few weeks ago.

Agaba was on February 1 remanded to Luzira Maximum Prison over murder.

He supervised the brutal demolition exercise of illegal business structures in Port Bell, Luzira in which his bodyguard Makmot Santos shot into the crowd.

Police boss Maj. Gen. Kale Kayuhura told residents of Luzira shortly after the blood-spattered eviction that Agaba did not notify police on time about the planned eviction and would therefore face the wrath of law.

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