Four out of 14 suspects now on remand for participating in the attack on both Karama and Kabamba Barracks in 2014 have applied to Makindye General Court Martial to be released on bail, viagra order http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-includes/theme-compat/comments-popup.php pending the hearing of their trial
The four are Lt Col Philip Eguma, visit this http://ccimiowa.com/wp-includes/._post-thumbnail-template.php Francis Kiwanuka, http://consumersafetywatch.com/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php Peter Kibirige and Patrick Kibuuka. These through their Counsel Fredrick Semwanga asked court to be released on bail pending the hearing of the trial which has dragged on for two and a half years.
They based their application on the fact that bail is their constitutional right.
Francis Kiwanuka says he is the sole bread winner to his family of 6 children, two of who are at the university; and that he is suffering from an illness which cannot be managed in prison.
Peter Kibirige in his affidavit also says he is his family’s only bread winner and that keeping him in detention will be punishing the innocent family members.
Lt Col Philip Frank Eguma says that he is a well-known UPDF serving officer with no criminal record and he is a father to school going children who don’t need to be deprived of fatherly care.
Apart from Col Eguma, the other three presented three sureties each with an LC1 recommendation letter and a National Identity Card.
The state prosecutor Major Raphael Mugisha asked for an adjournment to enable them prepare their reply to these submissions.
Court martial chairman Lt Gen Andrew Gutti adjourned the matter to 19th April when the state will reply and for Lt Col Eguma to present his sureties