DPP Drags Feet on Kanyamunyu Trial

The Director of Public Prosecution Mike Chibita has called for calm and patience as his office and the Police prepare to arraign suspected murderer Matthew Kanyamunyu in Court.

Mr Chibita told Chimpreports this afternoon that all the information that the public is edgily demanding for in this matter would soon become public.

Mr Kanyamunyu who is suspected to have shot dead a social worker Kenneth Akena on November 12th, information pills was yesterday Monday expected at the Nakawa Chief Magistrates Court but was a no show.

By publication of this story, see news reporters were still camped at the court waiting for Kanyamunyu, his girl friend Cynthia Munwangari and two brothers to be brought in.

The DPP in a short phone interview said more on the progress of this case would come out today at 5PM.

He also dismissed as “false” reports that came out earlier this morning that his office had on three occasions thrown out Kanyamunyu’s case file for lack of sufficient evidence.

A source on Tuesday told Chimpreports that the suspects were most likely to be brought to court today.

“We are still camped here at the court, with no apparent signs that the suspects will be here,” our reporter Kenneth Kazibwe who is at the court says.

Considering however, that police reaffirmed on the weekend that Mr Kanyamunyu would be brought to court on Monday, it is becoming more and more apparent that the DPP’s office is not yet convinced with the evidence at hand so far.

Yesterday the Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Emilian Kayima said the suspects would be brought to court in a day two, stressing that investigations would continue while the case progresses in court.

Additional Reporting by Kenneth Kazibwe 

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