Zaake who was on Tuesday afternoon at the High Court Civil Division together with his lawyer Eron Kiiza and scores of his supporters said it was unfair for the ruling not to be given after three adjournments by Justice Esta Nambayo.
At a certain point, he says six soldiers who were beating him tied a white nylon rope around his neck and started pulling it from either side, asking him to reveal Plan B of Kyagulanyi. They were also asking why he works on every car shot or damaged during the campaigns.
In his suit filed before Mityana Chief Magistrate’s court through his lawyers of Kizza and Mugisha Company advocates, Zaake contends that while at his residence in Mityana municipality on April 19th, 2020, the officers arrested him for allegedly undermining the Presidential directive stopping politicians and individuals from distributing relief during the lock down.
Wamala Regional Police Spokesperson, Rachael Kawala identifies the suspects as Godfrey Musisikwa, the Officer in Charge of Nabingoola Police station and Corporal Moses Mwesigye, who are accused for the death of 70-year-old Ponsiano Tushabe, a resident of Kabafukuzi Village Council in Nabingoola Sub County.
Through his lawyer, Godfrey Akakimpa, Rubarema contends that Tendo's left leg and foot were shuttered by the prison warders and have been rotting, which requires immediate treatment or possibly amputation.
She issued the directive after Latif Ssebaggala, the Kawempe North Member of Parliament and his Arua municipality counterpart, Kassiano Wadri narrated the horrendous torture of Ugandans in ungazetted places.