Two of the four people accused of murdering former police mouthpiece Andrew Felix Kaweesi, who were re-arrested shortly after securing bail from the Nakawa magistrate’s court, were produced before the same court today and charged freshly with Terrorism.
Ahmed Senfuka and Umar Maganda were charged with terrorism before Grade one magistrate Noah Ssajjabbi.
Being that this charge is capital in nature; the magistrate didn’t let the duo take a plea as the case can only he heard by the High Court.
The appearance of the duo in court today followed a court order issued last week by the head of Civil Division of High Court, Justice Steven Musota for government through Attorney general and other security organs to produce the suspects, who were being illegally detained to court before 31st November 2017.
The two were remanded to Luzira until the 7th December 2017 for mention of the case.
This brings to five the number of Kawesi Murder suspects that are now being charged with terrorism.
The other three are Mugoya Byantuyo, Hibwagi Sinani and Abdul Kaala.
Prosecution claims that these between 2006 and 2017 at various places in Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo belonged to the Allied Democratic Forces a terrorist organization.