Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine is demanding for his wedding ring, two vehicles, a Toyota Tundra registration number UAW 207 A and A Land Cruiser UAT-416 A, USD 600 2.2 million Shillings, local currency amounting to 3.5 million Shillings, and one mobile phone, an iPhone-8 series.
Raphael Eritoi, an aspirant for the Nadunget LCV councillors seat was shot dead on October 1, 2015, at Kambisi village, along Moroto-Kitale road in Karamoja sub-region. The deceased was a key campaign agent for the former Matheniko County MP, Samuel Abura Pirir.
The High Court Criminal Session is expected to handle 50 cases including 21 of rape, 18 of aggravated defilement and 11 cases of murder. The cases were drawn from 2015 and 2016 across the eight districts of Karamoja.
Rehema Nassuna, the Communications Officer of the International Crimes Division of the High Court, says resumption of the trial was postponed to November 12th in Gulu to give way for the bail application hearing on Tuesday.
The court presided over by Stephen Mubiru, the Gulu High Court resident judge granted the duo a non-cash bail of 5 million Shillings each while their sureties were bonded at 10 million Shillings, non-cash.
Ssebuufu also known as Eddie Mutwe was charged before Gulu grade One Magistrate Yunus Ndiwalana. He was charged together with Musa Ssenyange alias Rabadaba Musisi, a 31-year-old driver a resident in Njeru Town Council in Buikwe district.
Kwoyelo faces 67 Charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity before the International Crimes Division ICD of the High Court. He has been in detention at Luzira Maximum Prison since he was captured by the Uganda Peoples Defense Forces-UPDF in 2008.
Kiira Road Police is holding over 50 suspects waiting to appear in court when the prosecutors stop their strike. Sophie Nalongo, the Officer in Charge of the Criminal Investigations Department, says many suspects have been released on bond.
Wilson Bayo, a senior State Prosecutor in Gulu, says they are ready with several files gathered from the region. By Monday morning, another 10 fresh files were awaiting to be sanctioned by the DPP in Gulu in addition to 244 other files that have been piling since the strike started.
Daniel Okello, a member of the Acheng Clan told URN in the court room, that they came prepared to die or go to jail if the accused is granted bail. It took the intervention of police to push the protesters outside the court premises.