Shk Kamoga, Others Deny Plotting to Kill Nakibinge as State Opens Fresh Charges

High Court’s International Crimes Division has charged afresh the 14 Muslim clerics accused of masterminding the murder of fellow Muslim leaders in Kampala.

The court was today convinced by the evidence which State intends to rely on in the pre-trial; which was deemed sufficient enough to sustain the trial of Murder, side effects Attempted Murder and Terrorism charges against these accused persons.

This was agreed upon by the three Justices; Ezekiel Muhanguzi, viagra 40mg Percey Tuhiase and Jane Kiggundu who read the 3 counts to the accused for purposes of taking plea as the first step in this trial.

The 14 include the leader of Tabliq section in the country Sheikh Yunus Kamoga, his brother Sheikh Siraje Kawooya, Sheikh Muta Mudde, Fahad Kalungi, Hakim and Amir Kinene, Yusuf Kakande, Abdul Salaam Kakande and Hamza  Kasirye among others. They all pleaded not guilty.

Prosecution led by Principle State Attorney Lino Anguzu says between December 2013 and June 2014 in the districts of Wakiso and Kampala, the accused conspired to murder Sheikh Mustafa Bahiga and Sheikh Hassan Kirya.

Meanwhile the suspects also pleaded not guilty to threatening the lives of Buganda Prince Kassim Nakibinge Kakungulu, Deputy Supreme Mufti Muhamood Kibaate and Sheikh Haruna Jjemba for either a political, social or religious reason.

Read also: Nakibinge Breaks Silence On Assassination Threats

Three Court Assessors set to handle this matter are Judith Muhairwe , Ahmed Ddumba and Robert Sseguya Lubega .



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