According to prosecution, Kyeyune defiled the victim who was a pupil at a boarding primary school where Kyeyune was employed as a cook. Kyeyune defiled the girl on November 24, 2018, from the school kitchen.
A 38- year old man in Entebbe has been jailed 20 years for
aggravated defilement. Noah Kyeyune is accused of defiling a girl aged 11 years
in Zana in Makindye-Ssabagabo municipality.
According to prosecution, Kyeyune defiled the victim a pupil at Elton Junior School in Zana, where Kyeyune was employed as a cook. Kyeyune defiled
the girl on November 24, 2018, from the school kitchen.
On Tuesday, Justice Wilson Kwesiga found Kyeyune guilty and jailed him for 20
Earlier on Monday, two court assessors Robert Budonga and Joan
Asiimwe advised Justice Kwesiga to convict Kyeyune based on the testimony of the
victim and evidence of the prosecution.
Justice Kwesiga said that although Kyeyune denied the charges, the
prosecution sufficiently proved that 38-year-old Kyeyune performed sexual
acts on the minor.
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Justice Kwesiga, however, said that the one year that Kyeyune has
spent on remand should be deducted from the sentence.
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on, Joan Keko, the Entebbe Resident State Attorney, had asked the court to
convict Kyeyune to 35 years in prison because he defiled a girl he should have
But Kyeyune’s lawyer Peruth Nshemereir proposed a jail term of 15 years for
Kyeyune because he has children and a wife to take care of.