However, the Deputy Spokesperson of the Army Lt Col Deo Akiiki said that Kipoi being held in a military installation one doesnt need to visit there anytime he wishes. Akiiki explained that irrespective of who you are, you must follow the military rules since the detention aint an ordinary one.
Kipoi is remanded in Makindye Military barracks on security related charges. His lawyer, Retired Major Ronald Iduli, insists that Kipoi has a constitutional right to bail since he is still innocent until proven guilty.
Through his lawyer, Retired Major Ronald Iduli, Kipoi applied for bail on grounds that it is his constitutional right and that he will be presenting substantial sureties during the hearing of this application.
During cross examination, Kipois lawyer, retired Major Ronald Iduli tasked Captain Majid to present some evidence like pictures, phone printouts, videos and bicycle to substantiate his claims. The matter will now return to Court on February, 18th, 2019 for further hearing.
On Monday, the General Court Martial heard that Captain Yashin Siraji who was supposed to appear in court as the fifth witness could not make it to court on the required time.According to the previous witnesses testimonies, Yashin was the Sector Intelligence Officer in Rwebisengo in Ntoroko District in 2012 when Kipoi and his co-accused were being arrested from Western Uganda.