Hearing of the matter had been scheduled to resume on Monday, February 18, after two weeks of delay on the request by the Prosecution for more time to adequately prepare their opening statement. The Court was also expected to hear an application for bail submitted by Kwoyelos lawyers.
The handwritten material was presented in an exercise book which Kwoyelo handed to his defense lawyers Caleb Alaka, Charles Dalton Opwonya and Evans Ochieng. He took moments within the courtroom to run through the writings with the lawyers, who jointly converged at the accused stand just before court resumed in the afternoon.
He will enter a plea for the charges on Tuesday, the second day of his trial before the International Crimes Division of the High Court, presided over by a panel of three Judges; Jane Persis Kiggundu, Michael Elubu and Duncan Gaswaga.