It is alleged that on December 23, 2019, while at Namasuba Entebbe Road in Wakiso District Elepu was found in unlawful possession of the Uganda People's Defense Forces Veterans' Nominal Roll. The Nominal Roll is a document in form of a list with names and personal details of soldiers/ Veterans who have been scheduled for payment.
On Tuesday, the applicants through their lawyers of PACE and Company Advocates led by George Musisi argue that they have a constitutional right to apply for bail and that the charges against them are bailable.
But on the way to the bank, their sureties were reportedly beaten and chased away by police and military before they could sign the bail forms hence, frustrating the exercise which was later finalized the next day.
Private Sadiki Olobo attached to the Special Forces Command-SFC, Private Jackson Apiku a soldier attached to Air-boat School Nakasongola and Richard Sebina Ssekitoleko are accused of murdering Jackson Katinda Bisaso alias Musa, a businessman in Luwero.
The group was previously accused of plotting to overthrow the government of Uganda by organizing meetings, mobilizing funds; acquisition of firearms and military training in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and also by mobilizing and recruiting people
Kabaziguruka contends that military courts have no powers to try soldiers or civilians because their jurisdiction is limited to instilling discipline in errant soldiers and should operate like a tribunal.
He reportedly forged 13 fuel cards and presented them to Total Fuel Station in Bwebajja claiming that he had been authorised by the commander of the Land Forces to obtain the said funds, which was false. Kababure pleaded not guilty to the charges and was remanded to Makindye Military Police Quarterguard until June 29 as investigations continue.
Osia explained that he exchanged three cows with Karimojong warriors in 2014 for the firearm. According to Osia, he was compelled to acquire the firearm to protect his kraal of seventy cattle them from Karimojong cattle thieves.
Speaking in the Lusogha Dialect, Mugoya Biasaali, 40, told the court the General Court Martial in Kampala that personally shot Sheikh Mutumba in vengeance. He, however, did not divulge details on what he was avenging, except indicating that the 60-year old sheikh had caused him too much pain.