Court remands suspected killer of singer Mowzey Radio
A court in Entebbe has remanded the suspected killer of Ugandan musician Moses Ssekibogo alias Mowzey Radio over murder.
Godfrey Wamala alias Troy, a businessman and resident of Kyengera LC1, Nsangi Town council in Wakiso District was on Wednesday remanded to Kigo government prison by Entebbe chief magistrate Mary Kaitesi.
Prosecution states that on January 22, 2018, Troy hit the singer on the head during a brawl at “De Bar” in Entebbe.
Troy had appeared before Chief magistrate Kaitesi for formal reading of the murder charges against him.
The Chief Magistrates however, did not allow him to take plea because the charges against him are capital in nature and can only be tried by the High court.
Troy has now been sent on remand until Feb 26, 2018 after the resident state Attorney, Julius Muhiirwe informed court that police investigations are not incomplete.
Troy was represented by renowned Human rights lawyer, Ladislous Rwakafuuzi while Mowzey Radio’s family had John Bosco Mudde on watching brief.