By UJK editorial
NATIONAL: The Leader of opposition in parliament who is also the Kasese woman Member of Parliament for Kasese district Rt. Hon. Kiiza Winfred Nyabahasa has advised inmates of Rwenzururu to remain calm as justice takes its course.
Addressing over one hundred eighty inmates at Jinja magistrates’ courts shortly after the court session on June 16th, Rt. Hon. Kiiza told the inmates that the people of Kasese district are sharing hard time with them spiritually and that there’s need for hope.
Shortly after the court session all the Rwenzururu inmates started singing the Rwenzururu anthem inside the court room.
Members of parliament from Kasese district including Hon.Nzoghu Willaim, Hon. Katusabe Godfrey, Hon. Harold Tonny and Hon. Robert Centenary advised the people of Kasese district to desist from conflicts and remain united as children of one God.
One of the defense lawyers Counsel Samuel Muyinzi Mulindwa from Alaka co and company advocates’ ltd said that they will continue submitting bail applications for the Rwenzururu suspects till success.
Earlier during court process, the state prosecutor, Ms Racheal Bikhole had also requested for one hour adjournment so that she prints letters to two hundred suspects to be committed to high court but her request will instead looked into in the next court session.
The Rwenzururu suspects come to about two hundred after state reported that more suspects had been detained in Fort-portal. END.