Gov’t claims Prisons are congested yet denying bail Over 170 Kasese clashes suspects

Robert Centenary

Kasese municipality legislator Hon. Robert Centenary has decried manner in which court matters are being handled especially the case in which the Rwenzururu King His Majesty Charles Wesley Mumbere and his royal guards are being accused of treason.

In statement made via his official social media account, the shadow minster of Touring says that its unfair that government is giving some citizens bail at the expense of others whose grievances are never given time.

Centenary gives an example of the Lugogo murder key suspect Mathew Kanyamunyu one who was granted bail in order to decongest the prisons yet over 170 November 26th kasese clashes suspects are permanently held by the same state.

He adds that the opportunity to have them bailed was technically denied to them by court something that has made some of them die in prison due to unfavorable conditions, others are missing the opportunity to go back to school but nobody is concerned.

He climaxes that however big the case they are alleged to have committed might be, the deserves justice and atleast get bail so that courts and prisons can get space as earlier said.


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