Hearing from prosecution witnesses in the trial of 13 suspected perpetrators of the atrocious July 11 bomb attack on Kampala has been confirmed to end on Tuesday next week.
Appearing before the High Court on Thursday, this web http://cssassociation.org/system/modules/efg/moduleformdatalisting.php Lino Anguzu, here http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-admin/includes/class-file-upload-upgrader.php one of the state attorneys in the matter, http://csanz.edu.au/wp-admin/includes/post.php informed court that prosecution was not ready to produce the witnesses who were to testify that day.
He therefore requested for an adjournment of the hearing till Tuesday next week which will see all the remaining witnesses testify before the court.
This was Okayed by presiding Judge, Alfonse Owinyi.
Defense counsel led by Caleb Alaka also requested for an hour to talk with their clients in custody which Justice Dollo allowed.
It should be remembered that in July 2010, two bombings hit Ethiopian village and Kyaddondo Rugby Grounds in Kampala leading to the death of more than 70 revelers watching a world cup final and left many injured.
Over 70 prosecution witnesses have so far testified in court since the hearing began. Hearing continues Tuesday, November 24.