High Court plans the military to make Maj.Gen.Kyaligonza guards for ambushing author. The fundamental division of the High Court has given age warrants to the military for two protectors to Uganda’s representative in Burundi, Maj. Gen. Matayo Kyaligonza.
The two protectors, Lance Corporal Peter Bushindiki and Peter Robert Okurut all from the 10thbattalion were in April called before the Unit Disciplinary Committee of Military Police Brigade Chaired by Lt Col Richard Okum and accused of ambushing a traffic cop.
On Monday, when the case concerning the attack of UBC editorialist Peter Otai came arranged for hearing. Therefore, Evans Ochieng, the legal consultant tending to Kyaligonza. He told the court that the warriors are at the Makindye military prison and they couldn’t be available in court.
Andrew Bashaija added that they should face court in order to be open as case hearing beginnings.
“I am going to give an age warrant so they are here considering the way that later they can say they were not heard. Empower them to come and face the observer. However, this may express the principles of a run of the mill worth were not conformed to,” Justice Bashaija said.
The judge suspended the case to January 27 for hearing to start. Therefore, the High Court plans the military to make Maj.Gen.Kyaligonza guards for ambushing author.
In February, the video shows Maj.Gen.Kyaliginza and his military police gatekeepers are ambushing Sgt Esther Namaganda. Similarly, she was a traffic cop who was shielding them from making a U-turn in the street in Seeta.
the video shows Maj.Gen.Kyaliginza and his military police gatekeepers are ambushing Sgt Esther Namaganda.
The authorities truly beat Abatement Otai, he was recording the event at that time. Thus prompting him to drag Kyaligonza and his gatekeepers to court for ambushing and tormenting him while on duty.
“As a writer and concerned tenant. The following up-and-comer (Otai) dashed to the scene and referenced to know from the respondent Kyaligonza. However, his gatekeepers including Corporal Peter Bushindiki and Priv. Robert Okurut was ambushing a female cop on duty. Therefore, he started taking photographs of the circumstance. For motivations driving account a press story later about the occasion,” the court reports appeared by Peter Otai read.
“No sooner had he begun taking photographs, than Kyaligonza and his safeguards skipped and beat him. Through Article 202 and 212 of the 1995 constitution, it includes watch, respect, keep up and affirmation told by the respondents. However, they advanced human rights and openings at any rate their reprimanded activities missed the mark concerning the said duties.”