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Mowzey Radio murder case ruling for Monday

Godfrey Wamala alias Troy in the dock at Entebbe High Court where he denied his involvement in the death of singer Moses Sekibogo who was popularly known as Mowzey Radio (inset) during his defence on October 5, 2019. PHOTO BY EVE MUGANGA

The High Court sitting in Entebbe on Wednesday set Monday, October 28, to deliver its judgement in a case involving Godfrey Wamala, aka Troy, accused of killing musician Moses Ssekibogo, aka Mowzey Radio.
Justice Jane Frances Abodo set the judgement date and also indicated that on the same date is when she will receive the opinion of the two court assessors, who have been following the trial on behalf of the general public. However, their opinion, which will come immediately before reading of the final judgement of the court, is not binding on the judge.

On September 27, Justice Abodo ordered Troy to defend himself after finding that he had a murder case to answer based on nine prosecution witnesses who testified. In his testimony on oath, Troy maintained he was innocent and invited the court to acquit him.

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